KG D6 investment

OE Staff
Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Reliance Industries and BP plan to invest US$5 billion in deepwater gas development of the KG D6 block over the next three to five years. The plan proposed will develop about 4tcf of discovered natural gas reserves. The partners plan to optimize KG D6 through compression and water handling. BP expects to begin a drilling program to test a deeper reservoir.

Categories: Natural Gas Deepwater Drilling

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