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Guntong E platform in operation for ExxonMobil

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(Singapore) -- Guntong E gas platform 130 mi offshore Malaysia is in operation, reports ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc.

Guntong E connects to Guntong D cas compression platform. The Guntong Hub develoment will include more wells, existing well workover, satellite platforms and pipelines. The additional platform E compression also will increase oil production capacity by more than 10% to more than 15,000 b/d oil.

ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Malaysia Inc. and state company Petronas each hold 50% of the gas production sharing contract.

7/17/06

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