Exillon completes Russian oil pipeline, resumes production at West Siberia field

Source: Exillon Energy

Exillon Energy has resumed production in West Siberia, Russia upon successful completion of the 28 kilometer pipeline. 

On June 7, 2010, Exillon reached a combined production rate of 4,350 bbls/day from the Timan-Pechora and West Siberia fields (Timan-Pechora 3,300 bbls/day; West Siberia 1,050 bbls/day). 

Production at West Siberia will be increased to 2,600 bbls/day by mid-June, and upon completion of additional infrastructure projects remaining behind-pipe production capacity of 3,400 bbls/day will be added to the production flow as well, increasing combined production in West Siberia to 6,000 bbls/day.

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