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Condor initiates Shoba commercial oil production

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Condor Petroleum Inc. has announced that the company has commenced commercial oil production at the Shoba oilfield in Kazakhstan on September 18, 2016. Current stabilised production is exceeding 500 bpd as forecast and oil sales are expected to resume in 4Q. During the 2Q16, Condor received US$20.21/bbl wellhead price for Shoba oil previously held in inventory.

The Taskuduk Production Contract is expected to be signed in the fourth quarter of 2016 and will provide for additional commercial production at the company’s 100% owned Taskuduk oilfield in Kazakhstan.

The Poyraz 5 well in Turkey has reached a total depth of 1878 m and wireline operations are underway. Poyraz 5 will be cased and suspended as a future gas producer. The next well to be drilled in the Poyraz Ridge development plan is expected to be spud by mid-October. The Poyraz Ridge development continues to target first gas in mid-2017, providing access to cash flow from a region with strong domestic gas demand and pricing.

Adapted from a press release by Louise Mulhall

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