Mumbai High South Re-Development

Situated in a water depth of 200 feet (61 meters), the Mumbai High field is located in the Arabian Sea 99 miles (160 kilometers) west of India's Mumbai coast, and spans 47 miles (75 kilometers) long and 16 miles (25 kilometers) wide. The massive oil and gas field is considered to be the most important oil field in the country as it contributes roughly 65% of the indigenous crude oil production. The state-run Oil & Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) wholly owns and operates Mumbai.

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Longditude 18.87031
Latitude 72.66197
Market Conventional Oil & Gas
Structure Jacket
Hammer MHU 800S
Pile Diameter 1.8 m / 72"
Water Depth 0 m / 0 ft
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