FEED start imminent for Zama offshore Mexico

May 9, 2024
Harbour Energy provides offshore project updates in its latest trading report.

Offshore staff

LONDON Harbour Energy expects the FEED process to start shortly for the Zama oilfield development in the Sureste Basin offshore Mexico, the company said in a trading update.

Later this year, it will participate in an appraisal well on the recent Kan oil discovery in offshore Block 30.

In the Andaman Sea offshore Indonesia, testing is underway on the Tangkulo exploration well (Harbour 20%). Upon completion of operations, the rig will relocate to drill an appraisal well on last year’s Layaran discovery (South Andaman).

Harbour expects its Talbot development in the J-Area of the central UK North Sea to start production around year-end 2024, while drilling continues on the Callanish F6 well in the nearby Greater Britannia Area.

In addition, the company is progressing work streams to complete its acquisition of Wintershall Dea; clearance has come through from Germany’s Federal Ministry of Economics and Climate Action, and Norway’s Ministry of Energy has also issued its consent.