Shell lifts second Otakikpo cargo

Lekoil has informed that its second export from the Otakikpo offshore field in Nigeria has been lifted.

According to Lekoil, around 250,000 barrels of gross production have been lifted from the FSO Ailsa Craig by Shell Trading, a subsidiary of Shell.

In an update on Monday, Lekoil said it was due to receive its share of the payment for this crude within the next month.

“With regular liftings from Otakikpo underway, the Company does not intend to provide updates for each export. The company expects to provide export updates concurrent with the Company’s reporting dates going forward,” Lekoil said.

Current production at Otakikpo is approximately 5,500 bopd. The company said it  continued to focus on ramping up to Phase One target production of 10,000 bopd.

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