London-based Panoro Energy is aiming to hit 5,000 b/d gross production from its Tunisia assets by end-2019 according to its second quarter results released on 22 August.

The firm’s producing fields in the country were all acquired from Austria’s OMV in 2018. Gross output from the Cercina, El Hajeb/Guebibba, Rhemoura and Gremda/El Ain concessions (state firm Etap 51%, Panoro 49%op), was 3,950 b/d in Q2 - pretty much level with Q1, but down on 2018’s 4,100 b/d. The Guebiba-02 well was shut-in for a workover in June. A sidetrack, two additional workovers alongside an enhanced water injection program is “being considered” to enhance production at Guebiba. (CONTINUED - 184 WORDS)