Pescăruș oil field

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Pescăruș
Country Romania
Region Black Sea
Offshore/onshore offshore
Operator Petrom
Field history
Discovery 1999
Start of development 1999
Start of production 2001
Production
Current production of oil 5,000 barrels per day (~2.5×10^5 t/a)
Current production of gas 500×10^3 m3/d
17.9×10^6 cu ft/d 0.178×10^9 m3/a (6.3×10^9 cu ft/a)
Estimated oil in place 14 million tonnes
(~ 20×10^6 m3 or 100 MMbbl)
Estimated gas in place 3.2×10^9 m3
114×10^9 cu ft

The Pescăruș oil field is an oil field located on the continental shelf of the Black Sea. It was discovered in 1999 and developed by Petrom. It began production in 2001 and produces oil. The total proven reserves of the Pescăruș oil field are around 100 million barrels (14×106tonnes), and production is centered on 5,000 barrels per day (790 m3/d).[1] The field also produces around 17.9 million cubic feet/day (0.5×105m³) of gas and has reserves of 114 billion cubic feet (3.2×109m³).

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Insula Şerpilor, pământ românesc". Ziua. August 11, 2004. Retrieved 2010-08-23.