Eni Starts Up Production From Oil Field Onshore Algeria
Italian oil company Eni announces the start-up of the HDLE/HDLS oil field, in Zemlet el Arbi concession in the Berkine North Basin, onshore Algeria, only six months after its discovery in March.
Eni said that the HDLE/HDLS field was currently producing 10,000 barrels of oil per day (bod). Production ramp-up will be achieved through an accelerated development plan which envisages the drilling of new wells in 2023.
This achievement, reached in partnership with Sonatrach and in cooperation with the local authorities, was made possible by Eni’s distinctive upstream business model, based on the parallelization of project activities.
HDLE/HDLS fast track development, in addition to the recent Berkine South start-up, will contribute towards exceeding 120,000 boed of equity production in Algeria in 2023, strengthening the role of Eni as the main international energy company operating in the country.
To contact the author, email email@example.com
WHAT DO YOU THINK?
Generated by readers, the comments included herein do not reflect the views and opinions of Rigzone. All comments are subject to editorial review. Off-topic, inappropriate or insulting comments will be removed.
- BSEE Checks Out Coastal Virginia Offshore Wind Project Progress
- Eni And Sonatrach Pen Emissions Reduction Agreements
- Expro Pens 10-Year Deal For Work On Eni's LNG Plant In Congo
- Companies Fall Short on Climate Pledges, New Survey Claims
- Technip Energies To Upgrade Aramco's Sulfur Recovery Facilities