Tui Heading for 10 Millionth Barrel
Production from the Tui Area oilfields is set to reach 10 million barrels by the end of this week. This represents one million barrels to Pan Pacific Petroleum. This stronger than forecast performance of the fields since start-up 8 months ago, has led to an increased production target for the financial year to 30 June 2008, of 13 million barrels.
As a result of increases in proved and probable (2P) reserves since the Tui Area development decision was made, from 26.8 to 41.7 million barrels, remaining reserves still exceed the original number used as the basis for the development decision. Based on the continued performance of the reservoirs, the operator is initiating a further reserves review of the fields. This is expected to be completed by the end of June, 2008.
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