They need an allocation and measurement engineer to count those extra drops. Who do I contact?
Dateline 2017-11-09, NST:
Repsol Oil and Gas Malaysia Ltd expects an increased production from its Kinabalu block to an average of 16,000 barrels of oil per day (bopd) from the current 11,012 bopd with the new platform there.
Its director (Malaysia Business Unit) Jorge Milathianakis said they expect to reach this capacity by June next year once all 10 wells from the new bridge-linked wellhead platform (KNDW-D) are operational.
Speaking at the media engagement to announce the first oil production from the Kinabalu Redevelopment project, Milathianakis said they have achieve the first oil production from the new platform on October 29.
KNDW-D was successfully installed on June 8 this year, connected to the existing platform (KNDP-A).