Daman development project started

The Daman development project went live recently with the commencement of production from its first well C24-P4#3.
 
After production testing, finally the well was taken over on 25 August, 2016, when it was producing sweet gas and condensate at a rate of 1,08,189 m3 per day and 176 barrels per day respectively through a 5/8” choke and 575 FTHP. Three more wells of this project are going to be ready very soon, within a month time, thus contributing more gas and condensate to the kitty of ONGC.
 
The Team ONGC has been pursuing this mega project with best-in-class professional project execution strategy, and coordinating with various business partners, vendors, agencies and departments with surgical precision. The Daman development project is one of the most important projects being currently pursued by ONGC. The project is aimed at exploitation of Daman sand of C-24 and B-12 marginal fields. The project envisages producing over 27 bcm gas and 5 million cubic meter of condensate over the next 20 years.
 
The project is not only important from the point of maintaining the total gas supply from ONGC’s western offshore, but is also a big promise for steady supply of gas for many gas based downstream industries of the country. ONGC, India’s Energy Anchor, has been pursuing this project with utmost seriousness and commitment.

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