Mediterranean Oil & Gas Encounters Delay In Guendalina Field Production

Friday, September 30, 2011
  • ENI advises production start up on Guendalina will be delayed by approximately four weeks because of a technical problem relating to ENI's transportation facilities
  • The operator now forecasts the start up of Guendalina gas production to be delayed to approximately late October, 2011
  • No additional costs will be charged to the Guendalina project as a consequence of these technical problems
  • Participating interests in AC 35 AG concession - Guendalina Gas Field are MOG 20%, ENI 80% and is the operator

The Board of Mediterranean Oil & Gas Plc (AIM: MOG), the central Mediterranean producer, developer and explorer of oil and gas assets, today announced that the field development works on the offshore Guendalina gas field have been completed on schedule and that since 26th September 2011 the field has been ready to commence gas production.

The Company has now been informed by the operator ENI that production start up on Guendalina will be delayed by approximately four weeks because of a technical problem relating to ENI's transportation facilities.

As a consequence of this, the operator is now forecasting the start up of Guendalina gas production to be delayed to approximately late October, 2011.

No additional costs will be charged to the Guendalina project as a consequence of these technical problems.

Participating interests in AC 35 AG concession - Guendalina Gas Field are MOG 20%, ENI 80% and is the operator

Background:

  • the Guendalina gas field is located 47km offshore of the northeast coast of Italy, in 42m of water;
  • the field has independently certified 2P gas reserves of 22 Bcf (4.5 Bcf net MOG);
  • based on studies performed by ENI, the aggregate gas production from the field is expected to be approximately 20 MMcf/day (100% basis); 4MMcf/day net to MOG;
  • MOG has signed a gas sales contract with the Italian utility Elettrogas SpA covering the entirety of the Company's net gas production from the Guendalina gas field. Under the contract's gas price formula, the average annual gas price is expected to be approximately 0.306 €/cubic meter (US$11.5 /thousand cubic feet).

This article is for information and discussion purposes only and does not form a recommendation to invest or otherwise. The value of an investment may fall. The investments referred to in this article may not be suitable for all investors, and if in doubt, an investor should seek advice from a qualified investment adviser. More

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