According to a press release from Burullus Gas Company, plans are underway to drill three new development wells at the West Delta Deep Marine (WDDM) project. The cost of the program is tagged at about EGP 250 million (about $15 million).

Burullus also reported that it completed the onshore construction works at El Maadeya Square, in addition to drilling and completing all of the phase 9B wells for the WDDM project, despite challenges faced with the COVID-19 pandemic. Burullus’ natural gas sales reached 309 million cubic feet per day (mmcf/d), and condensate production recorded 8,000 barrels per day, according to Sherif Hasaballah, Head of the company. The project’s production capacity could reach 500 mmcf/d.

 

Source: Petroleum Africa

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