Expansion will help sustain Alpine field’s crude output
Water, gas handling facility upgrades allow crude production to stay at present level
Petroleum News Editor-in-Chief
Phase one of the Alpine facilities expansion, announced in May, allows for an increase of about 5 percent in oil production — but more importantly, it allows the present level of oil production to continue as more water and gas have to be removed from the crude oil produced at the field.
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Started up by end of 2004
Some improvement in oil rate
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