Panoro and its joint venture partner Kosmos Energy have said the that production of Block G (Ceiba field and Okume Complex), offshore Equatorial Guinea, where Panoro holds a 14.25% Working Interest is averaging 29,100 bopd in the second quarter of 2021.
The Okume upgrade project is expected to be completed in the fourth quarter and will contribute additional power, water injection and gas lift capacity necessary for further de-bottlenecking of the facilities and additional electrical submersible pumps (ESPs). In April 2021 one ESP conversion was completed with additional ESP conversions planned following completion of the Okume upgrade project.
Drilling of the first of three planned infill wells in the Okume Complex has been completed. The well encountered good quality oil saturated reservoir sands. The rig has now moved to the second well location and hookup has commenced for the first well. All three wells are expected onstream in the fourth quarter.
At Ceiba, a major infrastructure integrity project has been completed, which is expected to improve reliability and allow greater flexibility for gas lift to additional wells.
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