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Nigeria: TotalEnergies renews the OML130 deep offshore license

Located 150 kilometers off the Nigerian coast, the OML130 block contains the prolific Akpo and Egina fields which came into production in 2009 and 2018 respectively.

Nigeria: TotalEnergies renews the OML130 deep offshore license

Source: TotalEnergies

Moscow, May 29 - Neftegaz.RU. TotalEnergies, operator of OML130 in Nigeria, announces the renewal of the production license on this block for 20 years.

Located 150 kilometers off the Nigerian coast, the OML130 block contains the prolific Akpo and Egina fields which came into production in 2009 and 2018 respectively.
In 2022, production amounted to 282,000 boe/d: nearly 30% was gas sent to the Nigeria LNG plant, notably contributing to Europe’s energy security.
The production start-up from Akpo West, a short-cycle project, is expected by the end of 2023.
In addition, OML130 contains the Preowei discovery, to be developed by tie-back to the Egina FPSO.

Henri-Max Ndong-Nzue, Senior Vice President Africa, Exploration and Production at TotalEnergies said:

  • through the OML130 license renewal, TotalEnergies is pleased to continue its contribution to the development of Nigeria’s oil and gas sector;
  • this 20-year extension will enable us to move forward with the FEED studies on the Preowei tie-back project which aims to valorize a discovery using existing facilities in line with Company’s strategy focusing on low-cost and low-emission assets.

TotalEnergies Upstream Nigeria Limited operates OML 130 with a 24% interest, in partnership with CNOOC (45%), Sapetro (15%), Prime 130 (16%) and the Nigerian National Petroleum Company Ltd as the concessionaire of the PSC.

About TotalEnergies in Nigeria

TotalEnergies has been present in Nigeria for more than 60 years and employs today more than 1,800 people across different business segments.
The Company produced 204,000 boe/d in 2022 in the country, making it one of the largest contributors to TotalEnergies’ hydrocarbon production. Its participation in Nigeria LNG, where construction of a 7th train is in progress, contributes to the Company’s global LNG portfolio.
TotalEnergies also operates an extensive distribution network which includes about 540 service stations in the country.
In all its operations, TotalEnergies is particularly attentive to the socio-economic development of Nigeria and is committed to working

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