Tullow begins oil production from TEN project offshore Ghana

Tullow Oil PLC has started oil production from Tweneboa, Enyenra, and Ntomme (TEN) fields offshore Ghana.

Tullow expects oil production to ramp-up gradually towards the Prof. John Evans Atta Mills floating production, storage, and offloading vessel’s capacity of 80,000 b/d of oil through the remainder of this year. The firm estimates TEN average annualized output for the year will be 23,000 bo/d gross and 11,000 bo/d net.

The first TEN discovery was made in 2009. The government of Ghana approved the project’s plan of development in 2013.

Tullow is operator of the TEN fields with 47.175% interest. Partners are Anadarko Petroleum Corp. with 17%, Kosmos Energy Ltd. 17%, Ghana National Petroleum Corp. 15%, and PetroSA 3.875%. Tullow also is operator of offshore Ghana’s Jubilee field, which has been on stream since 2010.

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