Jette Field Spurs Det Norske’s May Production

Det norske’s production in May was 5,238 barrels per day. This is an increase of over 250 percent.  

The increase is mainly due to start up at the Jette field. Jette has produced eleven days in May. The production is divided on all 31 days in May.

The wells on Jette have produced more than expected. Start-up of production requires adjustments and testing that influences the physical production. Det norske will not give any new information on the production before it has stabilized. Jette is expected to produce 10,000 barrels per day, giving Det norske 7,000 from Jette.

 

Press Release, June 14, 2013

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