Dragon, owned by Emirates National Oil Company (ENOC), said it had replaced BP as the partner of state-owned Egyptian General Petroleum Corp. (EGPC) in the Gulf of Suez Petroleum Company (GUPCO), which has 11 offshore oil exploration and production concessions.
GUPCO’s target had been to increase the concessions’ combined production to 75 000 bpd of oil by 2021 from the current 60 000 bpd.
But Dragon said it plans to boost production to above 75 000 bpd and maintain this level for 10 years by further drilling and investing US$1 billion over the next five years.
The deal between Dragon Oil and BP was announced in June, pending approval by Egypt’s ministry of petroleum.
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