Croatia's INA starts gas production from new Adriatic well
Croatian oil and gas company INA said on Thursday it has started natural gas production from a new well on the Ika gas field in the Adriatic Sea.
"The Ika B-1R-DIR well was successfully connected to the existing INA production system in the northern Adriatic, ensuring the supply of an additional 150,000 cubic meters of natural gas per day into the Croatian gas system," the company said in a filing to the Zagreb bourse.
The annual production of the new well will amount to nearly 55 million cubic meters, (mcm) which currently represents around 7% of INA's total offshore and onshore gas production.
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