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SYRIA - The Omar Associated Gas Treatment/Processing Plant.

On stream since 1991, this system treats and processes associated gases gathered from the oil fields of Omar, North Omar, Shahel, Al Izba and Tanak through a 77-km long gathering network. The plant now has a design capacity of 6.53 MCM/day (2.38 BCM/year) of raw gas. Its expansion from 4.29 MCM/day was completed in early 2000. The fields are for the Al Furat (AFPC) and Al Badiya (BOC) JVs operated by Shell.

The plant's current output consists of the following: almost 5.9 MCM/day of treated dry gas (up from 4 MCM/d in 1999); about 600 of LPG (up from 410 tons/d); and 7,000 b/d of condensates (up from 4,800 b/d). The treated gas is pumped to the Damascus region through an 18-inch, 440-km pipeline to the 400 MW Tishreen power plant. Secondary lines supply the gas-turbine power station at Thayyem, the Adra cement plant, and a crude oil pressure station.
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Publication:APS Review Downstream Trends
Geographic Code:7SYRI
Date:Mar 6, 2000
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