Dateline 2018-01-10, S&P Global:
Spanish integrated producer Repsol has ramped up output at the Kinabalu field in Malaysia to 14,500 barrels of oil equivalent per day, after it started production in the fourth quarter of 2017, a company spokesman told S&P Global Platts on Tuesday.
Repsol is the operator of the field, with a 60% stake, giving it a net 8,700 boe/d, and the remainder goes to local state-owned Petronas.
Repsol started operating the offshore field in Malaysia’s Sabah basin in 2012. The companies invested a total of around $150 million to boost output from the mature field — including the installation of a bridge-linked wellhead platform, which was installed during summer.