Hess Presents at Africa Oil Week 2015
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Hess Presents at Africa Oil Week 2015

  • Tim Chisolm, Hess Vice President of Exploration

Tim Chisolm, Hess Vice President of Exploration, will present at the 22nd Annual Africa Upstream Conference on Oct. 30.  Join Chisolm at 10:45 in Session 13 for “Hess: Leveraging Drilling and Development Capabilities in African Exploration & Production Business.”

In his role at Hess, Chisholm is responsible for leading exploration activity in the Atlantic Margin and New Basins, which includes Canada and Guyana. He previously led a Capture team that sought new acreage in high potential test areas for longer term returns.

Hess operates two offshore projects in Equatorial Guinea, Okume Complex and Ceiba Field since 2001. Hess’ expected 2015 average gross production is 62,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day from seven facilities in the Ceiba Field and Okume Complex. Since 2012, drilling campaigns have added 12 new wells to EG.

The 22nd Africa Oil Week 2015 is scheduled for Oct. 26-30 at the Cape Town International Convention Centre, South Africa. 

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