Libya: Eni details field production restart timetable

By OGJ editors

Italy’s Eni SPA said it has stepped up efforts to fully resume Libyan oil production and gas exports through the Greenstream pipeline and targets a return to the precrisis 280,000 b/d of oil equivalent by the second half of 2012.

Eni has brought its Libyan output back to 240,000 boe/d.

The company restarted oil production at Wafa and Bu Attifel fields in September 2011, turned on Wafa gas field with reopening of Greenstream in October, resumed output of the Sabratha gas platform at Bahr Essalam field via Greenstream in November, and recommenced El Feel (Elephant) and Bouri oil fields the same month.

The company on Dec. 20, 2011, notified its counterpart in the Libyan petroleum contracts, National Oil Corp., of the termination of the April 2011 declaration of force majeure.

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