We are fully committed to efficiency in our operations and we constantly evaluate our progress against established milestones, which we continuously drive to deliver on.
FIRST E&P has a 40% working interest in OMLs 83 & 85, which are in the shallow waters of the Niger Delta in Nigeria. FIRST E&P operates the two blocks, on behalf of the NNPC/FIRST E&P Joint Venture (JV).
The Anyala field is located in OML 83. There are three main hydrocarbon compartments in the field (Anyala-West, Anyala-Central and Anyala-East), with oil and gas discoveries in multiple-stacked reservoirs.
OML-85 has four fields namely Madu, Songhai, Ato-North and Ato-South. Significant oil, gas and condensate resources have been confirmed across multiple-stacked reservoirs in the Madu field.
Phased development strategy
Production from both Anyala and Madu development wells will be processed through the FPSO Abigail- Joseph (Floating Production Storage and Offloading), a shared facility that is currently positioned at the Anyala field for the production of the OMLs 83 and 85 fields, with a processing capacity of 60,000 stb/day of oil, 25,000stb/day of water and 39MMscfd of gas.
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The Abigail-Joseph FPSO is a self-propelled, converted Suezmax trading tanker with 11 cargo storage tanks, 2 slop tanks and 6 dedicated water ballast tanks.