Torcești gas field

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Torceşti
Country Romania
Region Vrancea County
Offshore/onshoreonshore
Operator Petrom
Field history
Discovery2007
Start of development2007
Start of production2008
Production
Current production of oil900 barrels per day (~45,000 t/a)
Current production of gas130×10^3 m3/d
4.6×10^6 cu ft/d 0.05×10^9 m3/a (1.8×10^9 cu ft/a)
Estimated oil in place1.4 million tonnes
(~ 2×10^6 m3 or 10 million  bbl)
Estimated gas in place1.5×10^9 m3
52×10^9 cu ft

The Torceşti gas field natural gas field in Torceşti near Adjud in Vrancea County. It was discovered in 2007 and developed by Petrom. It began production in 2008 and produces natural gas and condensates. The total proven reserves of the Torceşti gas field are around 52 billion cubic feet (1.5 km³), and production is slated to be around 4.6 million cubic feet/day (0.13×105m³) in 2008. [1]

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References

  1. "Raport anual Petrom 2007". Petrom. 2007-12-30. Retrieved 2010-08-15.