- Masirah Flows First Yumna Well Oil into an Aframax Tanker.
- Masirah is an 86.37 percent owned subsidiary of Singapore’s Rex International.
- Foresight Offshore Drilling and Wings Offshore were awarded contracts for drilling and floating storage.
- The Yumna 1 well has tested at a production rate of 11,843 stock tank barrels of oil per day.
Masirah Oil completed the Yumna 1 well and flowed first oil into an Aframax tanker, reports Offshore Energy Today.
Yumna 1 well
Exploration and production company Masirah Oil has completed the Yumna 1 well.
- It flowed its first oil into an Aframax tanker.
- The well is located in Block 50, 30km offshore east Oman.
Masirah is an 86.37 percent owned subsidiary of Singapore’s Rex International.
Foresight Offshore Drilling
Masirah awarded a contract to Foresight Offshore Drilling to use the Foresight Driller IX drilling rig for the appraisal well on Block 50 in early November 2019.
Later Masirah also awarded a contract to Wings Offshore for the floating storage and offloading (FSO) vessel, Mt Bull Papua, to be used on the Yumna field.
The Mt Bull Papua is an Aframax tanker with a storage capacity of 750,000 barrels.
The well was spud on December 26, 2019.
Updated reservoir model
Earlier this week, Masirah said that the well was as per expectations and confirmed the updated reservoir model.
- The Yumna 1 well tested at a production rate of 11,843 stock tank barrels of oil per day through a 1-inch choke, with a crude oil gravity of 42 degrees API.
- The Yumna field is being further appraised with an extended early production test.
The company also stated that further data evaluation and testing would be done and its findings would be released when completed.
Commenting on Masirah’s update, Dan Broström, Executive Chairman of Rex International, said “We are very happy with the successful results from the Yumna 1 well and are pleased to play a part in opening up a new frontier offshore, east of Oman. We expect the high level of activity to continue as we move forward in the block. We thank the Ministry of Oil & Gas in Oman for their support and help in this endeavor.”
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Source: Offshore Energy Today