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Eni makes new gas discovery in Ghana

14/05/2019
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Eni have announced a gas and condensate discovery from their first exploration well in the CTP-Block 4 offshore Ghana.

This is the first discovery in the CTP-Block 4, which Eni operate with a 42% stake
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The well was drilled as part of the Akoma exploration prospect and has proved an estimated volume between 550 and 650 bcf of gas and 18-20 mmbbl of condensate.

“The discovery has further additional upside for gas and oil that will require further drilling to be confirmed,” Eni said in a statement.

Located approximately 50km off the coast of Ghana, the exploration well - named Akoma-1X - was drilled by the Maersk Voyager drilling ship in a water depth of 350 metres and reached a total depth of 3790 metres.

It proved a single gas and condensate column in a 20-metre thick sandstone reservoir interval.

It sits approximately 12km north-west of the Sankofa hub where the John Agyekum Kufuor FPSO is located. It’s expected that the FPSO will be used for production.

“Akoma-1X is the first well drilled in CTP-Block 4 and represents a discovery of a potentially commercial nature due to its close distance to the existing infrastructure,” said Eni.

“The discovery can be put on production with a subsea tie to the FPSO with the aim to extend its production plateau.”

Eni is the operator of the block with a 42.469% stake. Vitol hold 33.975%, state-owned GNPC have 10%, Woodfields Upstream have 9.556% and Explorco hold the remaining 4%.

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