Leviathan gas field twice as large as Tamar

By AMIRAM BARKAT / GLOBES
December 29, 2010 16:36

 
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Sources informed ''Globes'' that the natural gas reserves in the Leviathan structure total 16 trillion cubic feet of natural gas, based on preliminary results of the production tests received in the past few days. This is the amount estimated from the 3D seismic survey. The quantity is double the gas reserves at Tamar.

The results have been reported by Noble Energy Inc., which owns 39.66% of the prospect.

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