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TANDO ALAM (OIL FIELD)
 

The Company has a 100 percent interest in the Tando Alam Oil Field, which is located in the Hyderabad District of Sindh province and is approximately 150 kilometers north-east of Karachi in the Lower Indus Basin. First exploratory well (i.e. Tando Alam Well No. 1 as an oil producer) was drilled and completed in May 1984.The field was placed on regular production by OGDCL on 13th Oct 1984.

 


Toot (Oil Field)

The Toot area is an oil field located in the Punjab province approximately 75 miles south-west of Islamabad. The discovery well, originally called Toot #01, was drilled under Russian supervision during 1968.

 
 

Chanda (Oil Field)

Chanda field is located in Shakardarra area in District Kohat of the Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa province at a distance of about 70 KMs from Kohat city. Chanda oil field, the first ever discovery of Hydrocarbons in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, was brought on to stream and it started production from 17 July, 2004. Chanda LPG plant was also installed in October 2006 producing 25-45 M.tons per day of LPG. The field has added a new dimension to petroleum exploration in the province. It is a joint venture between OGDCL (72%), Government Holdings (Private) Limited (17.5%) and Zaver Petroleum (10.5%). First Well Chanda-l was drilled in 1999 and second well was drilled in 2000. Being the first ever discovery in Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa, start of regular commercial production from Chanda field marked an important milestone, which generated revenues in the form of royalty and GST for Khyber Pukhtoonkhwa from oil and gas production.

 
 
Mela (Oil Field)

Mela Oil Field was discovered by OGDCL in September 2006 and it is located in Kohat district of KPK province at Shakardara. This is a joint venture field of OGDCL, GOVT. Holdings & PPL. OGDCL is the operator of Mela field with a 65% stake while the other major company is Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) which holds a 30% stake and Govt Holdings 5%. OGDCL has the operator ship

 
 
Nashpa (Oil Field)

NASHPA oil field is located in Karak district of KPK Province at a distance of about 40 KMs from Kohat city. The field was discovered in September 2009. This is a joint venture field of OGDCL as operator, GOVT. Holdings & PPL. OGDCL holds 56.45% share in Nashpa Oil Field

 
 
Sheikhan (Gas Field)

Sheikhan gas field is located in Kohat of KPK Province at a distance of about 12 KMs from Kohat city. The field was discovered in July 2010. This is a joint venture field of OGDCL, TPDL (Tullow), MGCL & SEL (Saif). OGDCL has the operatorship.

 
 
Uch (Gas Field)

Uch gas field is located in the South Western portion of the middle Indus Basin, in the District Dera Bugti, Baluchistan. The Pakistan Petroleum Limited (PPL) discovered gas reserves at Uch gas field in 1955. The elevation from the main sea level is 100 M (328 Feet). Well # 1 was abandoned due to the higher concentration of CO2 and low Btu value. The field was then appraised by OGDCL and started drilling activities in 1986. OGDCL developed the infrastructures for Gas Gathering; Gas Commingling System, H2S Removal plant, Gas Dehydration Plant, Utilities and Gas Transmission Pipeline for supply of gas to UPL’s Power Generation Plant. Uch Gas Field supply treated gas to UPL for their three gas turbines of 130 mw each.  

 
 

Chak Naurang (Oil Field)
The Chak Naurang Oil Field is located at a distance of about 90 Kms in the south-west of Islamabad. The field was discovered in June 1986 and came on regular production from July 1987. Chak Naurang is a joint venture with M/s. POL, OGDCL & POL shares are 85% and 15% respectively.
 
 
Bobi (Gas/ Condensate Field)
Bobi gas/condensate field is located at 25 kilometers in south of District Sanghar and 85 km north-east of Hyderabad city in Sindh province. Bobi well # 1 was the first exploratory well drilled and completed as gas / condensate producer in May 1988. Total of 8 wells were drilled upto 1991. Extended production testing was carried out on Bobi wells in order to obtain reservoir parameters and estimation of reserves. Bobi Gas Condensate Field is a part of Second Oil and Gas Development Project funded by Asian Development Bank amounting to US $ 52.00 million out of which US $ 20.1 million was allocated for the development of Bobi field. Condensate fractionating facilities along with gas-recycling system was installed and field was declared as Oil Complex in 2002.
 
 

Dhodak (Gas/ Condensate Field)
OGDCL owns a 100 percent working interest in the Dhodak Gas/Condensate Field. The field is located on the western margin of the Central Indus Basin, about 200 kilometers north-west of Multan in the Punjab Province. The field was discovered in December, 1976 with the drilling of exploratory well Dhodak-01 drilled to a total depth of 2,133 meters.
 
 

Daru (Gas/ Condensate Field)
Daru structure is located in Thatta Distt. of Sindh province. First exploratory well was drilled in December. 1988 and was tested as gas/condensate producer. The field was put on regular production in October 1999.

 
 

Dakni (Gas/ Condensate Field)
The Dakni Gas Condensate Field is located at a distance of about 135 Kms in the south-west of Islamabad. The field was discovered in Feb. 1983 and came on regular production in December 1989. Gas contains 6-8% H2S in the well stream.

 
 

Fimkassar (Oil Field)
The Fimkassar field is located approximately 75 kilometers southwest of Islamabad. Texas Gulf drilled Fimkassar #01X in 1981. The well was turned over to OGDCL. After unsuccessfully attempting to stimulate the well, OGDCL decided to abandon the well. To date, five wells have been drilled on the crest of the Fimkassar structure.
 
 

Kunnar (Gas/ Condensate Field)
Kunnar gas/condensate field is located in Hyderabad District about 26 Kilometers away from Hyderabad city. First exploratory well (i.e. Kunnar well No. 1) was drilled and completed in Nov. 1987. In order to obtain reservoir data, extended production tests were conducted on Kunnar wells. OGDCL has a 100 percent working interest in the Kunnar Gas/ Condensate Field. The field was placed on regular production in December 1991.

 
 

Kal (Oil Field)
The Kal Oil Field is located at a distance of about 100 Kms in the south-east of Islamabad. The field was discovered in June 1995 and came on regular production from August 1995. The Kal structure lies in Gujar Khan Exploration License and is located eight kilometers, south-west of Rajian Oil Field. The first discovery well Kal #01 was drilled in February 1995.

 
 

Rajian (Oil Field)
The Company has a 100 percent working interest in the Rajian oil field located in the Gujar Khan E.L. 50 miles south of Islamabad and 19 miles from Sohawa town. Currently there are four producing heavy oil wells on the Company acreage. The field was discovered in Aug. 1994 and came on regular production from August 1994.

 
 

Lashari Center/Lashari South/Moolan (Oil Fields)
Lashari field lies in Hyderabad Distt of Sindh province. Hyderabad is the nearest city, which is about 25 kms from the location. Lashari Center # 1 was drilled in April 1988 and was brought on production in November 1988. Lashari Centre is part of a larger structural feature which includes Lashari Centre, Lashari East and Lashari South. For the purpose of economic analysis, Lashari Centre and Lashari East is treated as one hydrocarbon bearing and producing entity.
 
 

Loti (Gas Field)
The field is located at a distance of 55 km north west of Sui gas field, district Dera Bughti in Baluchistan Province. Loti gas field was discovered in March 1985. Regular production started in Nov. 1989.

 
 

Missan (Oil Field)

The field is located at a distance of 13.5 km south east of Tando Allah Yar city. The field was discovered in June 1998 and came on regular production in Aug 1998.

 
 

Missakeswal (Oil Field)
Missa Keswal Oil Field is located at a distance of about 60 Kms in the south-east of Islamabad. The field was discovered in June 1991 and came on regular production from December 1992.

 
 

Nandpur (Gas Field)
The Nandpur reservoir was identified by OGDCL in 1984 and 1985 through the completion and evaluation of 170 kilometers of seismic survey in the Middle Indus region of Pakistan. The Nandpur #01 well was drilled in the April to June period of 1984. Nandpur gas field is located about 60 kilometers north-east of Multan city in Punjab province. The regular supply of gas in the range of 50 MMSCFD to M/s. FKPCL started in May 1999 for power generation of 144 MW.


 
 

Pasakhi/ Pasakhi North, North East/ Pasakhi Deep, West (Oil Fields)
OGDCL has a 100 percent working interest in the Pasakhi Oil Field which is located in the OGDCL southern district, Sindh province about 12 miles east of the city of Hyderabad. The Pasakhi-oil field was discovered in 1989 and occurs within the Lower Indus sub-basin. First exploratory well (i.e. Pasakhi well No. 1 as an oil producer) was drilled and completed in Aug. 1989. The well was brought on regular production on Oct. 4, 1989.

 

Qadirpur (Gas Field)

OGDCL is the operator of Qadirpur gas field, which is the third largest gas field in Pakistan and is situated in the central Indus basin south of Kandhkot and Sui gas fields. Qadirpur Gas Field is located at a distance of 08 KM from Ghotki, 70 kilometers to the north east of Sukkur and 100 km to the east of Jacobabad in Sindh province. OGDCL have 75% working interest, other partners include KUFPEC Pak B.V.( 8.5 %), PKPEL (Premier Oil) 4.75%, PKPEL2(KUFPEC): 4.75% and Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. (7%). The first exploratory well was completed in 1990 to a depth of 1566 meters. After installation of Gas gathering and processing facilities at Qadirpur field the commerical prodcution of gas started from September 1995.

 
 

Sadqal (Gas/ Condensate Field)

The Sadqal Gas Condensate field is located at a distance of 40 Kms in the southwest of Islamabad. The field was discovered in April 1992 and regular production started on 30th June 1993.

 
 

Sono, Sono Deep/ South (Oil Field)

Sono Oil field is situated in Hyderabad Distt.of Sindh province, about 04 Kms away from Tando Alam Oil complex. Hyderabad is the nearest city, located at about 25 Kms northeast. First exploratory well was drilled and completed in Feb. 1988. A total of 05 wells were drilled upto 1990. Sono well # 1 was brought on regular production in May 1988. 03 wells were further added after reviewing the structure. The producing wells are on artificial lift.

 
 

Thora/ Thora East, North, Deep (Oil Field)

The Thora oil field is located in the Hyberabad district of the Sindh province. The Thora field was discovered in August, 1987 through the drilling of the Thora #01 well. Subsequently, the field has been developed and delineated through the drilling of a total of five wells during the period August, 1987 to January, 1989. Moreover 02 Deep wells were further drilled in Thora Field from 2006-2008. The field occurs within the Lower Indus sub-basin lying on the southern Sindh platform.

 
 

Bahu (Gas Field)

Bahu field was discovered in Feb-2006. The field is situated about 220km from Multan. Regular supply of low BTU gas to FKPCL around 17 MMCFD has been started on Feb 04, 2011 through interim arrangements.

 
 
Pirkoh (Gas Field)

The field was discovered with the drilling of the Pirkoh-01 well in October, 1975 through December, 1977. The development that followed was preceded by extensive seismic work and subsurface structural mapping prior to the drilling of well #02 on August, 1981. This second well was a three-mile stepout from the original discovery. Subsequent development wells #02A and #03 confirmed the discovery as commercial. From 1982 through 1988, 25 wells were drilled in a region measuring 4.5 miles north-south and 10.2 miles east-west. Since 1988 development drilling has increased the total well count to 57 including two wells, which failed to reach the projected depth

 
Norai Jagir (Gas/ Condensate Field)

The Norai Jagir property is part of the Nim Exploration Licence and is a joint venture of OGDCL and Government Holding Private Limited. OGDCL has a 95 percent working interest in the Nim E.L. Nim E.L. is located in the Hyderabad district of the Sindh province. Norai Jagir #01 was drilled by OGDCL in 2002 as an exploratory well.

 

 
Hundi/Sari (Gas Field)

The Hundi field was discovered in 1970 by Hundi #01 well which was shut-in in during 1988 after having produced 147 MMcf of natural gas from the Ranikot G zone and 9,678 MMcf from the Ranikot E zone. Three more wells were drilled from 1971 and 1975. Hundi #02 has been abandoned, Hundi #03 is producing from the Ranikot A zone and Hundi #04 is completed in the Ranikot C zone.
The Sari Field is located 64 kilometres east of Karachi and covers approximately 60 square kilometres. It was discovered in 1965 with the drilling of well Sari #01, which tested gas from the Upper Ranikot A and B zones. A total of five wells have been drilled in the area .

 
Nur & Bagla (Gas/ Condensate Field)

Bagla is located at a distance of about 150 KMs in the east of Karachi in Thatta Exploration block of Sindh Province and about 45 KMs from Badin. The Field can be approached through Badin Sajawal metallic road. Phillips Petroleum Exploration Limited discovered Bagla # 01 in December 1998. On production testing, gas/ condensate were discovered in lower Goru Formation however Bagla well#1 had to be plugged & abandoned due to gas oozing at surface. Later OGDCL drilled/completed Bagla# 02 as gas condensate producer from lower Goru Formation. Drilling of Bagla#02 was started on June 7th, 2008 and completed on Nov 8th, 2008.
Nur Gas Field is located about 05 KMs from Bagla Gas Field. Drilling of Nur # 01 was completed in June 1991 by OGDCL followed by Production testing. Gas / Condensate were discovered in Lower Goru Formation. After installing well head surface facilities and amine plant, commercial production has been started w.e.f Jan 23, 2013.

 

 
Sinjhoro (Gas/Condensate Field)

The Sinjhoro field is located in district Sanghar of Sindh Province. The Sinjhoro E.L covering an area of 179.31 Sq.Km (approx) was awarded to joint venture of OGDCL (60%), OPL (15%) & GHPL (25%) with effect from Dec 29, 1999 for the initial term of ten years. Sinjhoro development consists of a number of small fields discovered in proximity of each other with in the Sinjhoro Exploration License: Baloch, Chak-2, Chak-63, Chak-63SE, Chak-66, Chak-66NE, Chak-7, Hakeem Daho, Lala Jamali and Resham.

 

 

 
 
 
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