Ceiba Field, offshore Equatorial Guinea approximately 75 km southwest of the port of Bata and 275 km south of the city of Malabo, was discovered with the drilling of Ceiba-1 in September 1999. The first appraisal well, Ceiba-2, was drilled in November 1999 approximately 1.6 km southwest of Ceiba-1. Both wells were based on interpretation of 2D seismic data acquired between 1984 and 1999. Open-hole logs, cores, pressure data, and a drill stem test of Ceiba-1 (maximum flow rate of 12 400 b/d) indicated that both wells contained Cretaceous sands of very high quality, capable of high rates of oil...

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