Kuwait Energy sees increasing production in Egypt

East Ras Qattara Concession block production rises to 21,000 bpd

Mohammad Al-Howqal, Chief Operations Officer of Kuwait Energy, said, ?We are delighted with the continued success of East Ras Qattara.
Mohammad Al-Howqal, Chief Operations Officer of Kuwait Energy, said, ?We are delighted with the continued success of East Ras Qattara.

Kuwait Energy, with their main partner, the Egyptian General Petroleum Corporation (EGPC) announced a production increase at its East Ras Qattara (“ERQ”) Concession, Egypt, in which the Company holds a 49.5% interest.

Following the completion of drilling of the Shahd South East-06 development well at the ERQ concession, an initial net production rate for the well of 4,800 barrels of oil per day was recorded. This increased the average net field production for ERQ to around 21,000 bopd.

Located in the Western Desert, Egypt, ERQ is the company’s largest producing oil asset, the company said. The concession has two wells under development and 16 producing wells.

Mohammad Al-Howqal, Chief Operations Officer of Kuwait Energy, said, “We are delighted with the continued success of East Ras Qattara. Following the successful Shahd-3 development well in April and now Shahd South East-06, ERQ has become the Company’s largest production asset and with two further development wells being drilled, there is potential for more to come.”

Kuwait Energy holds a 49.5% working interest in the East Ras Qattara concession. The remaining working interest is held by Sipetrol, who is also the operator of the concession.
 

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