Tullow to ramp up offshore output in West Africa
Production from the so-called TEN field off the coast of Ghana will begin in the summer
Tullow Oil is pressing ahead with plans to ramp up production from a new offshore field in West Africa despite the prolonged slump in the price of oil.
The company’s chief operating officer Paul McDade told Reuters that production from the so-called TEN field off the coast of Ghana will begin in July or August, adding 80,000 barrels of oil to its daily output when it hits peak capacity next year. He said the cost...
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