The Tempa Rossa oil field is an oil field located in the Southern Apennines in Italy. It was discovered in 1989. It is expected to begin production in 2016 and will produce oil and gas. The total proven reserves of the Tempa Rossa oil field are around 200 million barrels (29.3×106 tonnes), and peak production is expected to be around 50,000 barrels per day (7,900 m3/d) of oil.
Definition of a fit for purpose workover rig to replace the ESP pump on the Tempa Rossa field.