Iraqi oil fields
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Oil and gas, the Norwegian company announced on Friday, completing the first phase of drilling in the oil Tawke field in the Kurdistan Region, and as pointed to the arrival of the cost of drilling to $ 13 million with the production rate reached about 120,000 barrels a day, the possibility of entering the work of Guinness figures confirmed standard because of the speed of implementation of drilling and production daily.
The executive director of the company DNO supervising the production of the oil field Tauki Bijan Muzaffar Rahmani operations, in an interview transmitted British EBR site specialist news of oil and gas, seen by the (long-Presse), "The four new producing wells in the oil Tawke field in the Kurdistan region, three of which are superficial and one deep, has added more than 10,000 barrels per day to production rate in the field, within the first phase of the drilling campaign mentioned field. "
Rahmani pointed out, "the arrival of the four wells drilled to cost $ 13 million with the arrival of the current production rate of 120,000 barrels per day."
He said Rahmani, saying that "the thing that distinguishes Tawke is not its size and rate of production it but also in the lack of drilling wells in which the cost and speed with commercial effect involves," pointing to "enable the company to drill a well close to the surface in just ten days at a cost of less than $ 2 million for now produces up to 3000 barrels per day and provides financial returns of nearly $ 3 million per month. "
Rahmani pointed to "the possibility of recording it into the Guinness Book of Records, the world's rapid implementation of well drilling and entering the production phase."
[rtl]Rahmani said that "the company plans to drill two horizontal wells in the new field Tauki with the beginning of the first half of next year in 2017 with the development of plans for Thaoh drilling equipment to drill additional wells in Tauki and Bahhabour field."[/rtl]