Oil and gas company, Oil Search (ASX:OSH) has announced operations at its central processing facility in Papua New Guinea have resumed.
The facility was shut following a 7.5 magnitude earthquake in the Papua New Guinea Highlands in February.
Oil production from a number of Kutubu oil wells has also commenced, at an initial rate of 4000 barrels a day.
The company says it will provide revised guidance when it announces its first quarter results on 17 April.
Shares in Oil Search (ASX:OSH) are trading 1.12 per cent lower to $7.07.