Petrofac lifts first oil cargo from Cendor field

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 13 -- Petrofac Malaysia has lifted its first cargo totaling 311,000 bbl of oil from Cendor oil field on Block PM304 off Malaysia.

The field's production averages 12,000 b/d of oil, with an established peak rate of 16,000 b/d from the H15 and H20 formations. In October, the company began oil production of 3,500 b/d from one of the five wells in the field (OGJ Online, Oct. 5, 2006).

Petrofac recently completed the remaining two of the seven development wells comprising the field's first phase.

Petrofac, in a partnership with Petronas, is undertaking detailed analysis of the reservoir to reevaluate the extent of the estimated proven reserves.

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