Tatweer Petroleum lets contract to expand gas production
Tatweer Petroleum, a subsidiary of the National Oil & Gas Authority (NOGA) of Bahrain’s business development and investment arm NOGA Holding Co. (Nogaholding), has let a contract to Petrofac Ltd. to provide additional works related to the service company’s previous installation of a new central gas dehydration plant for Tatweer in Bahrain field.
As part of the multimillion-dollar, lump-sum turnkey contract, Petrofac will deliver engineering, procurement, and construction services for additional gas wells and connect them to the recently completed 500-MMcfd gas dehydration plant, the service company said.
The central dehydration plant and newly proposed well expansion mark the first in a series of planned gas capacity projects scheduled during the next 3-5 years as part of Tatweer’s commitment to secure delivery of natural gas needed to meet Bahrain’s growing demand, the operator said in May 25, 2016, and Sept. 16, 2015, releases.
Neither Tatweer nor Petrofac revealed a duration of the newly awarded contract, nor the volume of gas to be produced by the additional wells.
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From the April 2018 issue of Hydrocarbon Processing