This follows the removal of barricades to and from the site by Hides landowners over a K35 million commitment not being met by the Government.
Meanwhile, the Angore pipeline tie-in project will remain suspended until ExxonMobil is confident operations can resume normally.
A spokesperson said: “While we believe sufficient improvement has been made in the Hides and Komo areas, work on the Angore pipeline tie-in project will remain suspended until we are confident our operations can be safely and securely resumed in that area.
“The safety and security of our employees, contractors and the local community is a top priority.
“We appreciate the efforts of many parties who are helping to progress resolution of outstanding issues.
“We would like to thank the many members of the community who have indicated their support in recent weeks.
“Maintaining a positive relationship with landowners, the government and the wider community is very important to us.”