Tin Fouye Tabankort gas field

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Tin Fouye Tabankort
Country Algeria
Region Ouargla Province
Offshore/onshoreonshore
Operator Sonatrach
Field history
Discovery1980
Start of production1980
Production
Estimated gas in place146×10^9 m3
5.1×10^12 cu ft

The Tin Fouye Tabankort gas field is a natural gas field located in the Ouargla Province. It was discovered in 1980 and developed by Sonatrach. It began production in 1980 and produces natural gas and condensates. The total proven reserves of the Tin Fouye Tabankort gas field are around 5.1 trillion cubic feet (146×109m³), and production is slated to be around 575 million cubic feet/day (16.4×105m³).[ citation needed ]

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