LONDON – Repsol and its partners in the Kanuku license offshore Guyana plan to drill the Beebei-Potaro prospect in mid-2022.
According to Tullow Oil, one of the partners, this is a commitment well that will target more than 200 MMbbl of resources from two intervals.
Off neighboring Suriname, Tullow and its partners in block 47 will not enter the next phase of the license. Tullow has also decided to exit block 54 at the end of this year.
In Ghana, the company expects to bring onstream a new producer well (J57-P) next month on the Jubilee field, lifting production above 85,000 b/d of oil.
The maintenance shutdown for the FPSO Kwame Nkrumah has been pushed back to April 2022, partly to allow a gas enhancement program to be brought forward that had been planned to coincide with a 2023 shutdown.
At the nearby offshore TEN complex, a new gas injector (Nt06-GI) came onstream last month, which is providing pressure support to Ntomme wells.
Nt06-GI also encountered oil at the base of the well, de-risking development of areas further to the north of Ntomme.
Off Côte d’Ivoire, the CNR International-operated Espoir field is back in production following a shutdown, with Tullow participating in the FPSO remediation plan.