Kuwait Energy starts production at Abu Sennan
- Kuwait: Thursday, August 16 - 2012 at 10:56
Kuwait Energy and its main partner in Egypt, the Egyptian General Petroleum Corp, have announced the commencement of production of oil and gas condensate in four wells within the Abu Sennan concession, Kuna has reported. Commercial production commenced with a total production flow rate of 2,200 barrels of oil equivalent per day (boepd) across four wells; ZZ-4, Al Ahmadi-1, Al Jahraa-1X, and El-Salmiya-1 wells, the firm said. Kuwait Energy is the operator of the concession and holds a 50% working interest. The remaining working interest is held by Beach Petroleum (Egypt) which holds a 22% working interest, and Dover Investments Limited with a 28% working interest.
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