Exillon Energy, an oil producer with assets in the Timan-Pechora (TP) and West Siberia (WS) regions of Russia, revealed Thursday that its total average daily production from the assets in November was down year on year to 15,461 barrels.
The company’s average daily production from both sites was 17,808 barrels in November 2014, with TP and WS producing 3,455 barrels and 14,353 barrels per day, respectively. In November 2015, Exillon’s average daily output was 3,492 barrels per day at TP and 11,969 barrels per day at WS.
Peak daily production for the company, from the two assets, was 15,928 barrels in November 2015, which marked a significant decrease from Exillon’s peak daily production of 18,492 barrels during the same period last year.
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