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The Rumaila oil field is currently developed with more than 700 wells, out of which approximately 550 are producer wells and 150 are injector wells. Majority of Rumaila wells are producing from the Zubair (Main Pay) formation. The Rumaila oil field operations also include with 14 degassing facilities and ten cluster pump stations.
The Hail, Ghasha, and Dalma ultrasour gas development project was to tap into the Arab basin, which is estimated to hold multiple trillions of standard cubic feet of recoverable gas, according to ADNOC’s web site. ADNOC also expected more than 120,000 b/d of oil and condensates to be produced when the project was fully on stream.
Nine blocks will be on offer in the Harper Basin, one of the last unexplored and undrilled regions offshore West Africa. TGS holds a range of multi-client data across this acreage to support the licensing round, including 5,272 kilometers of 2D and 6,276 square kilometers of 3D seismic, gravity and magnetic data.
The major, announced in 2019 it wanted to cut costs for the US$ 33bn project before giving it the green light. The decision to postpone became inevitable when the challenge of building and funding one of the world’s most costly energy projects was compounded by the imposition of work and travel restrictions affecting personnel and supplies.
The Jubilee Oil field is located 60 km off the coast of Ghana. The successful development of the Jubilee field is transformational to Ghana, as it is now helping Ghana to reduce the country’s fiscal deficits, address the import-export imbalance and generate sufficient government revenues for much needed investments in infrastructure and the delivery of basic human services that are critically needed to establish a sound base for economic growth.
The Nigerian economy is closely tied to the oil sector, and the country's oil industry officials have encouraged local content inclusion. In 2009, Nigeria was the 8th largest OPEC oil producer, averaging approximately 1.8 MMb/d during the year.
The gold operation at Obuasi, 200km north-west of Accra in Ghana, was the major asset of Ashanti Goldfields Company (AGC), established in London in 1897.