Pohokura work winding up

Pohokura work winding up
Gavin Evans
By Gavin Evans May 7 (BusinessDesk) - Maintenance work at the country’s biggest gas field is winding up, with China Oilfield Services’ Boss rig expected to start decoupling from the Pohokura production platform by tomorrow. That process means production from the field’s offshore wells will be stopped for about 12 days. Production from three wells that come ashore near Waitara will continue. Field operator OMV says most of the work – a mix of well interventions and platform maintenance – has been completed. “Most of the well interven...

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