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Polish firm in bid to develop Iran oilfield

TEHRAN, November 23, 2017

National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is reviewing a proposal from Poland's PGNiG company to develop Sumar oilfield in western Iran, a report said.

The plan was discussed in a session attended by NIOC's director for Combined Planning Karim Zobeidi, members of the consultative commission of reserves management and a number of related experts, reported Irna.

The proposal is based on two-dimensional model seismology data and includes a production well.

Asmari formation, a major oil reserve in Iran mainly composed of carbonate entities, in the oilfield has the capacity to produce up to 3,800 barrels of oil per day.

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