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Saudi Arabia - The Najd Fields - John Brown.

The contract to develop the Hawtah trend in the Najd called for one GOSP and a blending station, with construction of a pipeline from the new production system to Petroline (the east-west crude oil pipeline). Petroline was expanded as more fields were found in that area by mid-1993.

Capacity reached 200,000 b/d in 1995. SA began giving contracts for the Hawtah development with the April 1992 award to ABB Lummus Crest (a US unit of the Swedish-Swiss firm Asea Brown Boveri) a job to build a GOSP in Hawtah. Another was given in mid-1992 to Stone and Webster for a crude oil stabilisation plant at the field.
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Publication:APS Review Oil Market Trends
Date:Oct 3, 2011
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