Ob Ob, Idu, Oshi Mbebe, Irri Oleh Isoko and Ebocha Oil And Gas

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Summary Information

  • Operator: ENI
  • Country: Nigeria
  • Location: OML 61
  • Production start:
  • Partners: Oando - 20%
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
  • Production Volume:


  • The development includes;
    • 193 production and injection wells and associated flow-lines, of which 147 are active;
    • Five flowstations (Ebocha, Idu, Irri/Isoko, Ob-Ob and Oshi) with processing capacities ranging from 40 Mbbls/d (Oshi) to 120 Mbbls/d (Ebocha);
    • 548 km of oil pipelines connecting flowstations to the Ob-Ob gas plant and the Brass River Terminal;
    • Ebocha oil centre (120 Mbbls/d liquid export capacity) and the Ogoda manifold (oil gathering hubs); and
    • Ob-Ob gas plant (capacity 1,000 MMscf/d).


  • Saipem: Gas compressor station for Ebocha flare reduction project


  • 1965 - Ebocha and Mbede fields discovered
  • 1970 - Production began at the Ebocha field
  • 1972 - First oil from Mbede field



  1. Saipem Gas Compression Stations References
  2. Nigeria, Eni

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