Kiliwani North-1 Well Flows at 5,000 Boepd
Aminex plc announced Monday that gas production from the Kiliwani North-1 well in Tanzania reached 30 million cubic feet per day (approximately 5,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day) over the weekend.
The commissioning process of the Kiliwani North-1 project is expected to be concluded with the testing of the well to determine optimal rates. Aminex, which holds a 54.575 percent interest in the Kiliwani North Development License, believes this figure will be around 30 million cubic feet per day, based on previous well-test data.
“The commissioning of the production well at Kiliwani North is proceeding as expected, with production reaching 30 mmcf per day at the weekend. Commissioning of the well, pipeline and associated plant are going well and TPDC advises that the process will be concluded by the end of the month, after which we plan to test the well to determine optimal flow rates,” said Aminex CEO Jay Bhattacherjee in a company statement.
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