Production:

ROBERTKIRI

Robertkiri field is located in OML-55, in the Eastern Niger Delta. The field was discovered in 1964 by the Robertkiri-01 exploratory well which encountered 434 ft net gas in 4 sands and 104 ft net oil in 4 sands. The pay zones range from 7,832 to 16,392 ft subsea.
Robertkiri field was put on production in November 1979 through the Shell facilities at Ekulama field. Most producing Robertkiri reservoirs have good aquifer support hence there is no significant reservoir pressures decline over the productive period and a very high recovery.

Asset Overview


Nigeria
Location OML 55 Swamp
License interest 60% NNPC, 40% Belemaoil
Discovery date 1964
First production date 1979
Facility Fixed Platform
Work programme Production and development

IDAMA/JOKKA

Idama field is located in North-Eastern part of OML 55. The field was discovered in 1974 by Idama-1X/ Idama-01 exploratory well. A total of eight wells have been drilled to date (9 completions) with five currently producing. Idama-01 discovered 157 feet of net oil in three sands and 92 feet of net gas in five sands.

Asset Overview


Nigeria
Location OML 55 Swamp
License interest 60% NNPC, 40% Belemaoil
Discovery date 1974
First production date 1979
Facility MOPU
Work programme Production and development

INDA

Inda field was discovered in 1982 and production started in 1993. It is located in the shallow offshore (25m of water) area of OML-55, approximately 13km southwest of SHELL’s Bonny Terminal in the Eastern Niger Delta. The field is contiguous to Tubu field.

The field was developed according to the studies carried out in 1991 and 1998. Nine wells were drilled in the field as of December 31, 2012. The discovery well, Inda-1, encountered 272 ft net oil in 4 sands and 98 ft net gas in 2 sands.

Nigeria
Location OML 55 Swamp
License interest 60% NNPC, 40% Belemaoil
Discovery date 1982
First production date 1993
Facility MOPU
Work programme Production and development

JOKKA

Jokka field is located 4km northeast of NNPC/Belemoil’s Idama field in OML-55 in the swamp portion of the Eastern Niger Delta. The Jokka field was discovered in 1993 by Jokka -01 discovery well which encountered two commercial reservoirs the D-02/JK-01 and D-07/JK-01 reservoirs out of six hydrocarbon bearing sands. It logged a total of 129 feet of net gas in three sands and 104 feet of net oil in five sands.

Jokka is a one well (Jokka 1) field and came into production in 1994 is via the Idama production platform

Asset Overview

Nigeria
Location
License interest
Discovery date
License granted
First production date
Facility
Work programme
Nigeria
Location OML 55 Swamp
License interest 60% NNPC, 40% Belemaoil
Discovery date 1993
First production date 1994
Facility Manifold tied in to Idama MOPU
Work programme Production and development

 

Samuel-Dambani

Mr. Samuel Dambani

Lead, Petroleum Engineering/Development

PROFILE:

Samuel Dambani is a driven and result-oriented individual with seven (7) years of highly rewarding experience in the oil and gas industry. He holds a first degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Rivers State University of Science and Technology with a master’s degree (MSc & DIC) in Petroleum Engineering from the Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London giving him a multidisciplinary background that is suited to the collaborative approach in modern hydrocarbon exploration and production. He is affiliated to the following organizations: SPE, LPS, EAGE, IEEE, NSBE and NSE.