Infrastructure

OMV invests $70m to maintain Pohokura production

Gavin Evans
Thu, 17 Sep 2020

Gavin Evans
Thu, 17 Sep 2020
OMV has commissioned a $70 million compression plant at the Pohokura gas processing station to help ensure ongoing supplies from the country’s biggest gas producer. But the firm, which also operates the offshore Maui field, said it is still too soon to say whether recent well maintenance will arrest a recent and steeper-than-expected production slide from the field off the coast from Waitara. Gabriel Selischi, OMV’s senior vice-president for Australasia, said the project is one of a range of initiatives the company will undertake during t...

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