Reserves growing at Ceiba field off Equatorial Guinea

Click here to enlarge imageThe first field found in the Rio Muni basin off Equatorial Guinea is large and growing larger.A deeper pool discovery and other recent drilling at Ceiba field off central Africa's west coast extended the field to the northwest and increased its reserves, partly from a known zone that previously was not expected to contribute significant volumes of oil.Four wells averaged a combined 45,000 b/d of 30° gravity oil in early April, up from 42,000 b/d in March. The field on Block G went on line Nov. 22, 2000, 14 months after discovery (OGJ, Mar. 26, 2001, p. 30).Based on the most recent drilling results, Triton is refining its field geologic model to redeter...

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