Eni SPA starts production of a new well VAN-102 in Vandumbu field offshore Angola. The field is located in the West Hub of Block 15/06, about 350 km northwest of Luanda and 130 km west of Soyo. This well follows the second subsea multiphase boosting system (SMBS), and produces about 13,000 bbl.

Production on Vandumbu field began in November 2018. With the start-up of the water injection well and another production well in Mpungi field, Block 15/06 is expected to reach 170,000 boe/d.

Block 15/06 is jointly owned by Eni, Sonangol P&P and SSI Fifteen Ltd.

Representatives of Eni and other leading oil companies, governmental bodies, equipment manufacturers, drilling and EPC contractors will gather at Exploration and Production Offshore Congress Hub EPOCH 2019 in Thessaloniki, Greece on September 16-17 to discuss the perspectives of offshore production in Mediterranean and West Africa, innovations and new projects.

Source: OGJ.com
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