Eni Discovers Gas and Condensates Offshore Libya

Eni Discovers Gas and Condensates Offshore Libya
Eni discovers gas and condensates offshore Libya in the Bouri North exploration prospect in Area D.

Junior energy company Eni has discovered gas and condensates offshore Libya, in the Bouri North exploration prospect in Area D.

The discovery was made through the A1-1/1 well, which was drilled at a water depth of 410 feet and flowed 1,340 barrels of oil equivalent per day when constrained by surface facilities, according to Eni. The well is estimated to deliver in excess of 3,000 boepd in production configuration.

Eni is the operator of Contract Area D with a 100 percent working interest in the exploration phase. The well represents the second discovery made by Eni in the Libyan offshore Area D since the beginning of 2015.

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