Oil extracted from 58 wells on ACG fields in 2010
Azerbaijan, Baku, March 3 / Trend, E.Ismayilov /
In 2010, 58 oil producing wells were in operation in the block of the Azerbaijani offshore Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli (ACG) fields, BP 2010 report says. In total the block produced 40.6 million tons of oil (300.4 million barrels).
According to BP report, which is the operator of the ACG project development, 15 wells were in operation on the Chirag field (10 oil producers and 5 water injectors) in 2010, and during this period it produced on average about 93,200 barrels per day.
Central Azeri (CA) field had 17 wells in operation (12 oil producers 5 gas injectors) and during 2010 it produced on average about 205,300 barrels per day.
West Azeri (WA) field had 20 wells in operation (15 of which are oil producers and 5 water injectors) and during 2010 it produced on average around 248,200 barrels per day.
East Azeri (EA) had 13 wells (9 of which are oil producers and 4 water injectors) and during2010 it produced on average around 140,700 barrels per day.
Deep Water Gunashli (DWG) had 23 wells in operation (12 oil producers and 11 water injectors) and during2010 it produced on average about 135,600 barrels per day.
Participants of the project to develop Azeri-Chirag-Guneshli are: BP (operator - 37.43 percent), Chevron (11.27 percent), SOCAR (10 percent), INPEX (10.96 percent), Statoil (8.56 percent), Exxon (8 percent), TPAO (6.75 percent), Itochu (4.3 percent), Hess (2.72 percent).