Not really in that if the bubble point is at 43k bpd for a single well, then they could produce at say 35k bpd still with a substantial margin below the bp and for two wells, that could be 70 bpd rather than the 20k bpd they are suggesting for the EPS i.e. the potential production is actually 350% more than suggested even using just the two current wells.
This is of course just the EPS and the early production may well average out at 20K bpd because they will be trying various things including shutting the well in for a period, pumping from each well whist measuring the pressure changes at the other etc etc.
I suspect that when the final production system is up and running, it will be producing at a far higher rate than 20kbpd. Of course, there may be other constraints e.g. what flow rate can the AM handle, but equally for a full production system with oil piped ashore, could the drill bores be increased in diameter/number etc?
Meantime the EPS will produce valuable oil but bear in mind that its prime purpose is to clarify the design parameters for the full production system, so the flow rate is likely to be far less than we will get once in full