TotalEnergies begins production from project in Angola

TotalEnergies begins production from project in Angola

07 Dec 2021

TotalEnergies and Angolan National Oil, Gas and Biofuels Agency (ANPG) have announced the start of production from the CLOV phase 2 project in Block 17, offshore Angola.

Located nearly 140km off the coast of Angola, CLOV Phase 2 is connected to the existing CLOV Floating Production, Storage and Offloading Unit (FPSO). The project involves the drilling of seven wells.

Contained in water depths in the range of 1,100m and 1,400m, the project is estimated to have approximately 55m barrels of oil equivalent in place. It is expected to achieve a daily output of 40,000 barrels of oil equivalent by mid-2022.

TotalEnergies is the operator of Block 17 with a stake of 38%. Its partners include Equinor (22.16%), ExxonMobil (19%), BP Exploration Angola (15.84%) and Sonangol P&P (5%).

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