February 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: Middle East

GE Oil & Gas has two separate contracts to supply centrifugal compressors for two petroleum development Oman (PDO) projects: one in the Saih Rawl gas field of Central Oman, and the other in the Harwee..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

GE Oil & Gas has two separate contracts to supply centrifugal compressors for two petroleum development Oman (PDO) projects: one in the Saih Rawl gas field of Central Oman, and the other in the Harweel oil field of South Oman. GE is providing four electric motor-driven BCL605 compressor trains to be used to boost pressure from the wells to the central processing plant in the Saih Rawl gas field. Each new train will have a capacity of 510,000 Nm3/hr of natural gas. The equipment will be shipped to the project site in March of 2008. Commercial operation is scheduled to begin fourth-quarter 2008. GE is also providing a low-pressure and a medium-pressure centrifugal compressor and balance-of

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