(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 1.Mar.2019) — Heard on the street and LatAmNRG briefs on Sinovensa’s plans to boost oil output to 165,000 b/d, Venezuela’s state oil company PDVSA eyeing secondary recovery efforts to boost oil production at the Orocual Field, and officials from Zulia state announcing arrival of a shipment 220,000 barrels of gasoline.
Sinovensa Aims To Boost Output To 165 Mb/d
(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 28.Feb.2019) — Sinovensa aims to incorporate 75 wells in the Faja Carabobo block in an attempt to reach production of 165 Mb/d by April 2019, state oil company PDVSA announces in an official statement. The company did not provide details on current production levels.
PDVSA Eyes Secondary Recovery At Orocual Field
(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 1.Mar.2019) — PDVSA has launched new efforts to boost production in the eastern region of Venezuela. Efforts are focused on the K-2000 unit, located at the Orocual 3 compressor plant of the Orocual Operating Center, and part of the company’s Furrial Division.
PDVSA eyes injection of 40 million cubic feet of gas into the Orocual Field with aim to boost secondary oil recovery and production to 14,000 net barrels per day (b/d) from 10,000 b/d, the company announced in an official statement.
Zulia’s State Official Announces Arrival Of 220,000 Bbls Of Gasoline
(Energy Analytics Institute, Piero Stewart, 3.Mar.2019) — Zulia’s state secretary Lisandro Cabello said the arrival of a vessel with 220,000 barrels of gasoline would guarantee fuel supply for 12-14 days, reported online media Televen. The shipment includes gasoline types 95 and 91 as well as airplane and diesel fuel.
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