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Tullow Oil lowers 2016 production estimates

New Ghana project due to deliver first oil within weeks

30th June, 2016
Tullow chief executive Aidan Heavey

Oil and gas producer

Tullow Oil has lowered its estimate of oil production for this year due to issues at its Jubilee field in Ghana. It also said its TEN project in Ghana was expected to deliver its first oil within the next three to six weeks.

In a trading update for the first half of this year, Tullow said its West Africa working interest oil production...

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