Crude Oil, Nat Gas condensate discovered off Ghana's coast
An international oil drilling company said Wednesday that it has discovered high-quality oil and gas condensate off the coast of Ghana.
London-based Tullow Oil Plc, operator of Ghana's Jubilee Oil field, said it has discovered 20 meters of Nat Gas-condensate pay and 13 meters of Crude Oil pay in Turbidite sands.
The finding was made when the exploration well Wawa-1 was drilled to a depth of 3,322 meters in its Deepwater Tano License block off the coast, the group said in a statement, adding that samples showed the oil to be of good quality
Wawa-1 was the first of the 3 exploration wells to be drilled, said Angus McCoss, director of the operation. The drilling of the remaining 2 wells will be done in 2-H of Y 2012.
The discovery has demonstrated once again that liquid-rich hydrocarbons are pervasive in this area, McCoss said.
Ghana began commercial Crude Oil production in December 2010, pumping on average 63,100 BPD, figures lower than expected.
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