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Hasdrubal Oil and Gas Field, Tunisia


Hasdrubal oil and gas field is located 100km offshore Tunisia in the Gulf of Gabes. It lies in the 1,584km² Amilcar exploration permit at a water depth of 62m. The field came on-stream in March 2009. BG Group is the operator of the field with 50% interest. The remaining stake ...

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Liverpool Bay Oil and Gas Fields, United Kingdom

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The Liverpool Bay Development – BHP Petroleum’s largest single project worldwide – comprises four oil and gas fields, together with significant offshore and onshore facilities used for extracting, transporting and processing these reserves. Offshore operations are centred on the Douglas complex – a three-platform facility that monitors and controls the ...

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Epsilon Oilfield, Aegean Sea, Greece


The Epsilon oilfield lies at a water depth of 30m in the Aegean Sea. Discovered in 2000, the field is owned and operated by Energean Oil & Gas (formerly Aegean Energy), and situated approximately 4.2km north-west of the Prinos oilfield. Energean Oil & Gas has the concession rights to develop ...

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Oyong Oil and Gas Field, East Java, Indonesia


The Oyong oilfield is situated 8km off the coast of Madura Island in the East Java region of Indonesia. Located at a water depth of 45m, the field has a gas column of 120m and an oil column of 38m. The field is estimated to hold about eight million barrels ...

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Amenam-Kpono Oil and Gas Field, Nigeria

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The Amenam-Kpono field sits astride offshore blocks OML 99 and OML 70, about 30km off the eastern part of the Niger Delta. Discovered in 1990, it is one of the largest conventional offshore developments in West Africa. It is operated Elf Petroleum Nigeria, in partnership with ExxonMobil and state-owned Nigerian ...

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Kudu Gas Field, Orange Sub-Basin, Namibia

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Kudu gas field is part of production licence 001, located about 130km off the shore of Namibia near the city of Oranjemund, West Africa. It lies in the Orange Sub-basin at a water depth of 560ft. The field’s proven natural gas reserves are estimated at 1.3 trillion cubic feet and ...

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