Azerbaijan, Baku, Aug.16 / Trend /
In the first half-year, a total of 56 oil wells were producing, while 30 wells were used for injection in the Azeri-Chirag-Gunashli (ACG) field, BP official report as of the first half-year says. During this period, ACG produced 16.8 million tons of oil or 124.5 million barrels of oil in total.
In 2011, a total of 63 oil wells were producing, while 32 wells were used for injection in the ACG field. ACG produced 261.9 million barrels or 35.4 million tons in total.
According to the report, Chirag field had 15 wells (10 oil producers and 5 water injectors, producing on average of 77,000 b/d.
Central Azeri (CA) field had 16 wells (11 oil producers, 1 water injector and 4 gas injectors, producing on average 161,000 b/d.
West Azeri (WA) field had 16 wells (13 oil producers and 3 water injectors), producing on average 186,000 b/d.
East Azeri (EA) field had 15 wells (11 oil producers and 4 water injectors), producing on average 144,000 b/d.
Deepwater Gunashli (DWG) had 24 wells (11 oil producers and 13 water injectors), producing on average 116,000 b/d.
ACG participating interests are: BP (operator - 35.8%), Chevron (11.3%), SOCAR (11.6%), INPEX (11%), Statoil (8.6%), ExxonMobil (8%), TPAO (6.8%), ITOCHU (4.3%), Hess (2.7%).