Lundin Petroleum has broad plans to develop Tunisia fields

07/21/2003
Lundin Petroleum, Stockholm, plans to develop several fields in and off Tunisia in coming years.Its Isis field in the Mediterranean has produced 6,000 b/d in recent months and could be larger than initially thought, the company said.The field is on a 408 sq km concession, the southeastern tip of which is near Tunisia's maritime boundary with Libya (OGJ Online, June 19, 2002). Lundin Petroleum acquired Isis when it bought Coparex International BV in 2002.Proved and probable reserves at Isis and onshore Sidi El Itayem fields total 3.2 million bbl, Lundin said.The Isis-1 discovery well tested oil from the Cenomanian Isis limestone in 1974, and Isis-3 later flowed 11.5 MMcfd of gas, the o...
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