ConocoPhillips Announces First Gas from Suban Phase 2
HOUSTON, March 4, 2007 --- ConocoPhillips [NYSE: COP] announced that it successfully achieved first gas delivery from the newly constructed Suban Phase 2 gas processing plant on December 23, 2006. In the first of a series of planned development wells in support of the Suban Phase 2 Project, the Suban-10 development well was drilled, completed and currently producing at a constrained rate of 150 million standard cubic feet per day (MMSCFD).
The Suban Phase 2 Project supports the development of the Suban natural gas field to supply approximately 2.2 trillion gross cubic feet of gas (TCF) to Perusahaan Gas Negara via the South Sumatera – West Java Pipeline under a 17-year gas sales agreement. Gas sales are expected to commence in 2007.
The Suban gas field is located in the Corridor Block Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in South Sumatera, where ConocoPhillips is the operator with a 54 percent interest. Co-venturers in the Corridor Block PSC are Talisman Energy, Inc. (36%) and PT. Pertamina (10%).
ConocoPhillips is an integrated petroleum company with interests around the world. For more information, go to www.conocophillips.com.
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