Range Resources Ltd (LON:RRL, ASX:RRS) has said it does not consider its interest at the Perlak field in Indonesia to be ‘a material oil and gas project’, citing the ‘significance of its oil and gas assets in Trinidad’.
The AIM and ASX-listed oil and gas explorer said based on its initial 23% indirect interest in the Indonesia-based Perlak project, the net forecast production is estimated at 46 barrels of oil per day (bopd) and net 1P reserves of 64,183 barrels.
In March 2018, the company had forecast 200 bopd (gross) based on 1P reserve estimates of 279,055 barrels (gross).
The group added that, due to the net forecast production numbers, it “does not consider its interest in the Perlak field in Indonesia to be a material oil and gas project for the purposes of the ASX Listing Rules in light of the significance of its oil and gas assets in Trinidad.”
The group also saw increased production by an average of 22% in its half-year results, with benefits from a waterflood programme in Trinidad, drilling and workovers boosting daily output to 605 barrels per day.