Exillon Sees Production Decline during May
Russia-focused junior producer Exillon Energy reported Friday that its average daily production during May was 17,847 barrels per day, with peak daily production hitting 18,263 bpd. This compared to average daily production of 18,380 bpd during the first quarter of the year.
Average daily production from Exillon's Timan-Pechora operation during May was 3,747 bpd while it was 14,100 bpd at the firm's West Siberia operation.
The firm also reported the composition of its various board committees, with independent director Natalya Shternberg serving on the audit committee, corporate social responsibility (CSR) committee (which she chairs), the remuneration committee and the nomination committee. Another independent director, Roman Kudryashov, will serve on all the committees except for the CSR committee.
Exillon non-executive chairman Sergey Koshelenko and Deputy CEO Alexander Suchkov will both serve on the CSR committee.
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