Development of Iranian Mansouri oil field to boost production

Dec 26, 2004 01:00 AM

Developing the Iranian Mansouri oil field will increase the country’s production by 100,000 bpd.
The National Iranian Oil Engineering and Development Company reported that the project has progressed about 6 % by the end of the ninth Iranian month of Azar (December 20).

Selecting a contractor for seismographic operations and formalities for FEED engineering operations are major activities for developing the field in addition to seismographic operations and pipeline engineering and preparing tender bid instruments.
Developing the Mansouri oil field started in April 2004 and will end in April 2006 with final capital estimate standing at $ 539.5 mm. If gas is injected into the field, production will stand at 150,000 barrels crude per day. Otherwise, the field will yield 100,000 barrels crude oil per day.

Source: PetroEnergy Information Network
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