Initial production rates are to be managed to allow for testing and commissioning of the recently completed Songo Songo gas processing plant and pipeline, while recording critical pressure (Pc) and flow rate measurements to determine the optimal flow rate ultimately maximising the life of the reservoir.
Senergy has been ascribed 28BCF contingent (2C) resources to Kiliwani North, which was contigent upon the completion of the Gas Sales Agreement. Aminex says it expects that the company will be able to book its first reserves for its Tanzanian assets later within the year.
Aminex CEO, Jay Bhattacherjee said that “We are pleased to maintain our working interest in the Kiliwani project post signing of the Gas Sales Agreement and are looking forward to becoming a Tanzania gas producer. In addition to first production it is our belief that the Kiliwani North Development Licence will also represent the first bookable reserves for the Company in Tanzania and we look forward to updating the market in due course,”
-Source: oil news kenya