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Chevron confirms first production from the Moho Bilondo phase 1b development


Published Dec 14, 2015
Moho Bilondo phase 1b development

Chevron Corporation confirmed that its subsidiary, Chevron Overseas (Congo) Limited, and partners have started production from the deepwater development Moho Bilondo Phase 1b offshore the Republic of Congo.

Located approximately 46 miles (75 km) off the coast of Pointe-Noire in water depths ranging from 2,400 to 4,000 feet (750 to 1,200 meters), Moho Bilondo Phase 1b is part of the Moho Nord joint development project, the largest-ever oil and gas project undertaken in the Republic of Congo. The Moho Bilondo Phase 1b project includes 11 wells tied back to an existing floating production unit and is expected to produce a total of 40,000 barrels of oil per day.

"First oil from the Moho Bilondo Phase 1b development is the latest successful start-up in our diverse portfolio of deepwater projects, which we expect to generate value for years to come," said Jay Johnson, executive vice president Upstream, Chevron Corporation.

"The successful development of Phase 1b demonstrates our ongoing commitment to the Republic of Congo and is a testament to industry and government cooperation," said Ali Moshiri, president of Chevron Africa and Latin America Exploration and Production Company. "The project integrates the unique skills and expertise of multiple partners to deliver challenging projects and new energy production."

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