bp has announced gas production from Raven field - the third stage of its major West Nile Delta (WND) development off the Mediterranean coast in Egypt.
The WND development, costing approximately $9 billion (€7.4 billion), includes five gas fields across the North Alexandria and West Mediterranean Deepwater offshore concession blocks in the Mediterranean Sea.
bp and its partners, working with the Ministry of Petroleum, have developed the WND in three stages.
Raven follows the Taurus/Libra and Giza/Fayoum projects, which started production in 2017 and 2019 respectively.
It produces gas to a new onshore processing facility, alongside the existing West Nile Delta onshore processing plant.
Bernard Looney, bp chief executive, said: “Completing this major multi-stage development in the face of many challenges is testament to bp’s long-term commitment to Egypt and our excellent working relationships with partners and the Government.
“West Nile Delta will make an important contribution to meeting Egypt’s growing energy needs, by providing a cost-competitive and resilient gas supply from the country’s own resources.”
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