Edjeleh

Edjeleh

 

a settlement in Algeria, in the northeastern part of the Sahara, near the Algerian-Libyan border. Edjeleh is the center of the Edjeleh petroleum-producing basin, which consists of the Edjeleh, Tiguentourine, and Zarzaitin fields, opened between 1956 and 1958. Approximately 10 million tons of petroleum are extracted from the basin annually. The oil is pumped from the basin to the Mediterranean port of Cekhira, Tunisia.

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Edjeleh & Mereksen/Total: Found in 1956, Edjeleh produces 37.
Sonatrach later installed 15 water injection systems in 13 fields: Hassi Messaoud, Zarzaitine, el-Agreb, Rhourde el-Baguel, Mereksen, Stah, Edjeleh, el-Borma, Tin Fouye/Tabankort, Tigentourine, Guellala, Ben Kahla and Haoud Berkawi.
El-Borma crude oil exports move through a spur line connected to the pipeline which links Zarzaitine and Edjeleh oilfields in Algeria to La Skhira.
Total wanted a PSA covering Mereksen, Edjeleh and other fields and offered to install EOR systems in them.
This was to involve larger-scale EOR systems for the old fields like Hassi Messaoud and Edjeleh, expensive reservoir engineering, and development of new oil finds made in the same fields through re-exploration.
Total has wanted a PSA covering Mereksen, Edjeleh and other fields and has offered to install major EOR systems in them.
Two of Tunisia's main oil producing fields discovered in the 1960s are located in the extreme south of the country, near Algeria's Zarzaitine and Edjeleh fields, and offshore Sfax.
Edjeleh & Mereksen/TotalFinaElf: Found in 1956, Edjeleh produces 37.
Sonatrach later installed 15 water injection systems in 13 fields: Hassi Messaoud, Zarzaitine, el-Agreb, Rhourde el-Baguel, Mereksen, Stah, Edjeleh, el- Borma, Tin Fouye/Tabankort, Tigentourine, Guellala, Ben Kahla and Haoud Berkawi.
The most important is the one linking Algeria's Zarzaitine and Edjeleh fields to La Skhira.
Sonatrach later installed 15 water injection systems in 13 fields: Hassi Messaoud, Zarzaitine, El Agreb, Rhourde El Baguel, Mereksen, Stah, Edjeleh, El Borma, Tin Fouye/Tabankort, Tigentourine, Guellala, Ben Kahla and Haoud Berkawi.
El Borma crude oil exports move through a spur line connected to the pipeline which links the Zarzaitine and Edjeleh oilfields in Algeria to the La Skhirra terminal.