ConocoPhillips Resumes Production at Grissik, South Sumatera

ConocoPhillips (COP)’ Indonesian unit resumed natural gas output from two fields in its Corridor block in Grissik, South Sumatra province, after being shut for pipeline maintenance since April 15, the country’s oil and gas regulator said.

Production during maintenance dropped by about 200 million cubic feet per day, Gde Pradnyana, a spokesman at BPMigas, said today in a mobile-phone text message. Total production from the Grissik site is normally about 1 billion cubic feet a day, he said.

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