Tanzania’s Songo Songo gas field future looks bright

Apr 21, 2005 02:00 AM

The outlook is bright for gas deliveries from Songo Songo gas field, Tanzania's first sustained hydrocarbon production, said operator EastCoast Energy, Tortola, British Virgin Islands.
The field produced 4.6 bn cf of gas from July 20, 2004, through the end of calendar 2004 to two customers. That included 85 mm cf of gas to fill the pipeline to Dar es Salaam.

Five customers are to be connected in the first half of 2005, tripling sales to 3.5 mm cfpd by the third quarter of 2005.
EastCoast said it prepared a 500 line-km seismic acquisition program over the two field license blocks and seven adjacent license blocks in 2004. The company plans to assess drilling leads on the adjacent leases to identify potential prospects to be targeted in 2006.

The field's proved reserves to be marketed by EastCoast doubled to 171.2 bn cf as the result of data reinterpretation and pressure and production performance.
Consulting engineers estimated the field's most likely gross recoverable volume at 649 bn cf.

Source: PennWell Corporation
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