The Kharsang Field is located in the north-eastern corner of India in the Upper Assam Basin, which contains some of India's largest producing oil fields. The Kharsang licence covers an area of approximately 10km2.
The Kharsang Field is the only producing field in Jubilant's portfolio. It was discovered in 1976 and trial production began in 1980, with commercial production from 1983. The field is operated by GeoEnpro who holds a 10%. Participating Interest in partnership with GeoPetrol (25%), Jubilant Energy (Kharsang) (25%) and OIL (40%). Wider Jubilant group holds 50% stake in GeoEnpro 10% Participating Interest in the block
The Kharsang Field has 56 wells, of which 35 wells are oil producing, 17 are currently shut-in and four have been abandoned. Cumulative oil production from the field up to 30 June 2010 was 9.005 MMBbl.
For more detailed information please refer to the Admission Document [PDF].