Europétrole, le portail de l'industrie du pétrole
 accueil | actualité française | actualité internationale | recherche | interviews | focus | actualité par entreprise | actualité pétrole/gaz de schiste 
Partager :

  • Gazprom Neft begins LPG production at its Badra field
    édité le 25/08/2017 - Plus de news de "Gazprom Neft" - Voir la fiche entreprise de "Gazprom Neft"

Gazprom Neft begins LPG production at its Badra field
Gazprom Neft Badra, a subsidiary of Gazprom Neft, has begun trial shipments of liquid petroleum gas (LPG) to Iraq’s state-owned Gas Filling Company. All equipment at the gas plant that is currently being built at the Badra field, Iraq, is now undergoing performance testing.

As part of the comprehensive testing of equipment at the gas plant, gas is also being sent to the Az-Zubaydiyah power station, located some 100 kilometres from the field. The modern gas production complex built by Gazprom Neft in Iraq will significantly increase electricity production in the Republic of Iraq, and will play a major role in ensuring stable power supplies for several provinces in the country. The plant is expected to go into commercial production in Q4 2017, and will be able to process 1.6 billion cubic metres of gas per year. Utilisation of associated petroleum gas (APG) is expected to reach 99 percent, in the long term. The gas plant project also includes construction of a granulated sulphur production facility.

Commercial gas produced at the plant will be used for production purposes, as fuel for the gas-turbine power plant (GTPP). Ten megawatts (10 MW) of electric power will, in the future, be sent to the Gazprom Neft Badra residential complex and the town of Badra , by overhead power line. The total planned capacity of the five generators at the GTPP is 123.5 MW.

About Gazprom Neft

Gazprom Neft is a vertically integrated oil company primarily engaged in oil & gas exploration and production (E&P), the sale and distribution of crude oil, and the production and sale of petroleum products.

The company’s proven SPE (PRMS) hydrocarbon reserves exceed 1.2 billion tonnes of oil equivalent (toe), placing it among the world’s 20 largest oil companies.

The company operates in many of Russia’s prominent oil and gas regions including Khanty-Mansiysk (Yugra), Omsk, Orenburg, Tomsk, and Yamalo-Nenets. Gazprom Neft’s major refining facilities are located in Moscow, Omsk, and Yaroslavl, and it also has refineries in Serbia. Apart from its upstream activities in Russia, the company is involved in international E&P, including projects in Iraq and Venezuela.

Origine : Communiqué Gazprom Neft

Voir la fiche entreprise de "Gazprom Neft"

Les dernières news de "Gazprom Neft"

Toutes les news de "Gazprom Neft"
Rechercher une news

française internationale

Les dernières news internationales

>> Toute l'actualité internationale     >> RSS
Recherche de news par tags

abu-dhabi acquisition adnoc aker-bp aker-solutions algeria algerie algerie alstom amec anadarko angola apache australia axens azerbaijan baker-hughes barents-sea bechtel bg-group bp brazil canada carburant cbi cgg chevron china chiyoda cnooc cnpc co2 commission-europeenne compressor conocophillips consommation cpdp deepwater discovery drilling e-on edf egypt emerson engineering eni equinor equinor exxonmobil feed flng flowline fluor fluxys fmc foster-wheeler fpso fsru fugro gabon gas gaz gazprom gazprom-neft gdf-suez ge germany ghana gnl gtt gulf-of-mexico hess india indonesia inpex iraq italy jacobs jgc kbr keppel licence lng lukoil lundin maersk-drilling malaysia mcdermott methanier mozambique natural-gas nigeria nigeria nord-stream north-sea norway novatek offshore oman omv opec pemex petrobras petrofac petronas pgnig pipeline platform qatar qatar-petroleum qatargas raffinerie refinery repsol rig riser rosneft russia rwe saipem santos saudi-aramco schlumberger senegal shale-gas shell socar sonatrach south-stream statoil subsea subsea-7 survey tap technip technipfmc texas total transocean tullow turbine ufip uk us vallourec vopak well wintershall wood-group woodside

Europétrole © 2003 - 2021