Adnoc Gas Processing has started looking for interested contractors to bid for work on the expansion of Asab 1 and 2 gas terminals.
The Adnoc subsidiary, formerly known as GASCO, has reportedly commenced tender for a substantial onshore development. The terminal expansion is estimated to cost $1.5 billion.
The gas-processing arm of Adnoc operates one of the world’s largest gas processing plants, which has a capacity of 8 billion cubic feet per day (Bcf/d). The unit is a joint venture between Adnoc (68%), Shell (15%), Total (15%) and Partex (2%).
It processes gas from onshore and offshore fields and sells an average of 4,300 million cubic feet per day (Mmcf/d) of gas, 10,500 tonnes of ethane and 217,000 barrels of condensates, Kallanish Energy learns.
The Asab 1 and 2 plants are solely owned by Adnoc, as well as the Habshan complex and the Ruwais plants. Asab 0 and other plants are owned by the Adnoc Gas Processing JV.
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