Regal Petroleum issued an update Monday on its reserves and resources in its onshore Ukrainian gas and condensate fields.
Regal reported that remaining reserves as of Dec. 31 2012 in the Visean reservoirs of its Mekhediviska-Golotvshinska (MEX-GOL) and Svyrydivske (SV) gas and condensate fields stood at 7.7 million barrels of oil equivalent of proved (1P) reserves, 31.6 MMboe of proved and probable (2P) reserves and 52.6 million barrels of proved, probable and possible (3P) reserves.
Contingent resources at the reservoirs were estimated at between 36.6 MMboe (1C) and 148.8 MMboe (3C).
Regal noted that there has been a "material reduction" in 1P and 2P reserves compared to estimates made in 2010 that showed them to be 40.9 MMboe and 151.3 MMboe respectively. The firm said that these reductions reflect lower expected recovery factors. However, it said that further development of the fields may result in future movement of contingent resources into reserves.
Regal said that independent petroleum consultants ERC Equipoise carried out the assessment for the remaining reserves and contingent resources.
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