perated wells to total depth, including 9 Lower Eagle Ford wells and 1 Wolfcamp A well in the Permian Basin. Other Non-Core Onshore Properties: The company also operates in various onshore the U.S. areas, such as Rocky Mountains and Bowdoin (north central Montana). During 2015, the company sold various non-core onshore properties and evaluates divestment opportunities. Deepwater Gulf of Mexico Exploration Program: The company’s deepwater Gulf of Mexico operations resulted from lease acquisition, expansion of its 3D seismic database, and an active drilling program. Ongoing Major Development Projects Gunflint (Mississippi Canyon Block 948; and 31% operated working interest): The company is in the process of completing topsides modifications and facilities upgrades. Offshore Producing Properties Galapagos Development Project including Isabela (Mississippi Canyon Block 562; 33.33% non-operated working interest), Santa Cruz (Mississippi Canyon Blocks 519/563; 23.25% operated working interest) and Santiago (Mississippi Canyon Block 519; 23.25% operated working interest): The Galapagos crude oil development project consists of Isabela, a 2007 discovery, Santa Cruz, a 2009 discovery, and Santiago, a 2011 discovery. Rio Grande Development including Big Bend (Mississippi Canyon Block 698; 54% operated working interest) and Dantzler (Mississippi Canyon Block 782; 45% operated working interest): The Rio Grande crude oil development project consists of a single producing well from Big Bend, a 2012 crude oil discovery, and two producing wells from Dantzler, a 2013 crude oil discovery, flowing to the third-party Thunder Hawk platform. Swordfish (Viosca Knoll Blocks 917; 961 and 962; 85% operated working interest): The Swordfish project includes two producing wells flowing to the Neptune Spar, its floating offshore production platform. Ticonderoga (Green Canyon Block 768; 50% non-operated working interest): The project includes two producing wells. International The company’s international business focuses on offshore opportunities in a number of countries and diversifies its portfolio. On the development side, during 2015, the company completed the Tamar field compression project and advanced Eastern Mediterranean regional natural gas export opportunities. The company’s partners in the Alba field, offshore Equatorial Guinea, advanced the Alba field compression project. West Africa (Equatorial Guinea, Cameroon and Gabon): West Africa is one of the company’s core operating areas and includes the Alba field, Block O and Block I offshore Equatorial Guinea, the YoYo mining concession and Tilapia PSC, offshore Cameroon, and one block offshore Gabon. The company held approximately 118,000 net developed acres and 30,000 net undeveloped acres in Equatorial Guinea, 511,000 net undeveloped acres in Cameroon, and 403,000 net undeveloped acres in Gabon at December 31, 2015. Aseng Field: Aseng is a crude oil field on Block I (40% operated working interest), offshore Equatorial Guinea. The development includes five horizontal wells flowing to the Aseng FPSO where the crude oil is stored until sold, and natural gas and water are reinjected into the reservoir to maintain pressure and maximize crude oil recoveries. Aseng produced approximately 11 MBoe/d, net, during 2015. The Aseng FPSO is designed to act as a crude oil production hub, as well as liquids storage and offloading facility. Alen Field: Alen is a natural gas and condensate field primarily on Block O (45% operated working interest), offshore Equatorial Guinea, which includes three production wells and three natural gas injection wells connected to a production platform that utilizes the Aseng FPSO for storage and offloading. Alba Field: The company has a 34% non-operated working interest in the Alba field, offshore Equatorial Guinea. Operations include the Alba field and related production and condensate storage facilities, an liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) processing plant where additional condensate is extracted along with LPGs, and a methanol plant capable of producing up to 3,100 gross metric tons per day. The LPG processing plant and the meth
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