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Eni working to increase ultimate recovery factor in Turkmenistan’s Burun field

Oil&Gas Materials 5 March 2020 16:52
Eni working to increase ultimate recovery factor in Turkmenistan’s Burun field

BAKU, Azerbaijan, March 5

By Leman Zeynalova - Trend:

Eni, an Italian company, is working to increase ultimate recovery factor in Turkmenistan’s Burun field, Trend learned from the company.

Being a leading company in the global energy scenario, Eni applies the most advanced techniques and technologies at the Burun Field, leveraging on proprietary know-how and innovative techniques, said the company.

“Geological and geophysical studies and 3D reservoir modelling dedicated to Burun Field are carried out and continuously updated since Eni entered the project in 2008 with the support of Eni’s headquarter, including R&D,” said Eni.

“The latest milestones and initiatives include, among others: secondary recovery by water injection is being implemented to increase the ultimate recovery factor in Burun field; activities of production optimization like RST, coiled tubing, radial drilling technology, acid stimulation are routinely implemented.”

Eni is present in Turkmenistan since 2008 through acquisition of Burren Energy and becoming a sole Operator under the Nebit Dag PSA.

PSA Area is located onshore, 35 km south of Balkanabat and includes Burun and Balkan (Nebitdag) fields.

In 2014 Nebit-Dag PSA was extended till 2032 with 10% Contractor share passed to SC Turkmennebit. Since the start of the project in 1996 the total oil production is about 18 million tonnes. Current daily production at the level of ca. 2,000 tonnes of oil per day.

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