Heletz oil field
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|Heletz oil field|
|Start of development||1955|
|Start of production||1960|
|Estimated oil in place||12.9 million tonnes
(~ 15.0×106 m3 or 94.4 MMbbl)
The Heletz oil field is an Israeli oil field that was discovered in 1955. It is one of the biggest on-shore oil fields in Israel. It began production in 1960 and produces oil. Its oil proven reserves are about 94.4 million barrels (15.01×106 m3).
- "Avenue enters into LOI for the development of the Heletz field". energy-pedia.com. June 30, 2010. Retrieved 2 January 2011.