TABLE-West African oilfields due onstream in 2008 and beyond
LONDON, Oct 1 (Reuters) - Following are the West African oilfields due onstream in 2008 and beyond.
The information provided is the latest available from field operators or partners, but is subject to possible changes in company plans.
Output figures are peak or plateau unless otherwise noted.
Oil volumes are given in barrels per day (bpd), gas in million cubic feet per day (mmcfd), and combined oil and gas field production is measured in barrels of oil equivalent (boepd).
In some cases, project names, output figures or relevant stream/terminal names were not disclosed (n/d).
NIGERIA Total Akpo 2009 225,000 boepd FPSO ExxonMobil East Area NGL 2009 40,000 boepd Bonny NGL Total Ofon II 2009 100,000 bpd Odudu Chevron Escravos GTL 2009 34,000 bpd Escravos Shell Gbaran/Ubie 2010 120,000 bpd n/d Total Usan 2010+ 180,000 bpd FPSO Shell Bonga SW 2011 80,000 bpd FPSO ExxonMobil Satellites 2011+ 125,000 bpd n/d ExxonMobil Erha North 2011+ 30,000 bpd n/d ExxonMobil LNG IPP 2011+ 700,000 mmcfd n/d ExxonMobil Bosi Oil 2011+ 135,000 bpd FPSO Total Egina 2011+ 200,000 bpd n/d Shell H-Block 2012 140,000 bpd platform
ANGOLA Chevron Banzala Lago 2008 25,000 bpd Banzala Sonangol Gimboa 2008 50,000 bpd FPSO Chevron Mafumeira 2009 n/d n/d Chevron Negage 2009 75,000 bpd n/d Chevron Tombua Landana 2009 130,000 bpd n/d ExxonMobil Kizomba C - Mondo 2009 100,000 bpd n/d ExxonMobil Kizomba C - Saxi/Batuque 2009 100,000 bpd n/d Total Lirio/Cravo* 2010 115,000 bpd Girassol Total CLOV** 2011+ 160,000 bpd Girassol Total Pazflor 2011+ 200,000 bpd n/d ExxonMobil Satellites 2011+ 125,000 bpd n/d Total LNG 2011+ 175,000 bpd n/d
*Lirio/Cravo appraisal under way to determine whether the fields will be developed separately or tied back to Girassol FPSO (through Rosa).
** Cravo-Lirio-Orquidea-Violeta fields (Reporting by Joe Brock; editing by James Jukwey)
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