Enwell Energy PLC has partially restarted production operations in Ukraine. Production is about 1,600 boe/d and is expected to be maintained at this level for the immediate future. The company on Feb. 24 said it had shut in its production and drilling operations in Ukraine in response to Russia’s war in the country.
Enwell Energy currently operates four gas and condensate fields in the Dnipro-Donets basin in northeast Ukraine.
Operations were stopped at Mekhediviska-Golotvshinska (MEX-GOL), Svyrydivske (SV) and Vasyschevskoye (VAS) gas and condensate fields and Svystunivsko-Chervonolutskyi (SC) exploration license.
While partially restarted, operations are likely to be intermittent depending on circumstances in the country, the company said.
Enwell Energy holds two licenses in the Mekhedivsko-Golotvshchinske (MEX-GOL) and Svyrydivske (SV) fields in the Poltava region, with about 48 MMboe 2P gas and condensate reserves and large potential resources of unconventional gas, and a license in Vasyshchivske (VAS) field, with 2.8 MMboe 2P reserves and large quantities of unconventional gas.
The Svystunkivsko-Chervonolutske (SC) license, in a new field in the Poltava region, is prospective for natural gas and condensate.