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Wednesday, 15 June 2016

Shell production increases to 686 mcf/d from Burullus and Rosetta concessions

Royal Dutch Shell’s natural gas production from the Burullus and Rosetta concessions increased to 686 mcf/d from 640 mcf/d at the end of 2015, Al Borsa reported. The production is divided into 641 mcf/d from the Burullus concession and 45 mcf/d from the Rosetta concession, an Oil Ministry official said. The two concessions lose around 480 mcf a year that will be compensated when Phase 9B becomes operational, the source added.

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