[size=36]Oil: Increasing the investment rate of associated gas in the Zubair field to 147 million cubic feet[/size]
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The Ministry of Oil announced, on Wednesday, a project to raise the rate of investment of associated gas in the Zubair field to 147 million standard cubic feet per day.
The ministry stated, in a statement that Mawazine News received a copy of, that "the Basra Gas Company has been authorized to purchase and install five new compressors at the Hammar Musharraf station, which contribute to the collection and processing of (80 cubic feet) an additional million standard cubic feet per day of associated gas in the Zubair oil field, To raise the rate of invested quantities to (147 cubic meters) - one million standard cubic feet per day.
And she confirmed, "This came after the meeting of the Joint Higher Management Committee of the Basra Gas Company HMC, and under the direction of the Deputy Prime Minister for Energy Affairs and Minister of Oil, Hayan Abdul-Ghani."
The Director General of the South Gas Company, Hamza Abdel-Baqi, confirmed, according to the statement, that "the new project aims to raise the number of compressors at the Hammar Mishref station to (11) compressors as a total that contributes to raising the compressor capacity from (35 cubic feet per day) to (147). Moqmaq (million cubic feet per day).
He added, "The five new compressors will contribute to increasing the ability to collect associated gas and reduce the rate of flaring in the Zubair oil field."
While the managing director of the Basra Gas Company, Andrew Weber, stated, according to the statement, that "our goal in this project is to support the vision of the Ministry of Oil to increase production capacity to reduce gas flaring in southern Iraq and convert associated gas into clean energy," pointing out that "electric power stations will be supplied with gas." dry, in addition to providing quantities of liquid gas and condensate.” Ended 29 / h