Sharjah-based Dana Gas has completed the construction and commissioning of its liquid petroleum gas (LPG) plant and supporting facilities at the Khor Mor gas field in the semi-autonomous Kurdistan region of northern Iraq.
Gas feedstock is now being delivered to the Irbil and Suleimaniyah power stations at more than 300 million cubic feet a day (cf/d), according to a 14 November company release.
Average production of gas stands at 296 million cf/d, along with 13,900 barrels a day of condensates, and 240 tonnes a day of LPG.
Dana Gas has a 40 per cent stake in Pearl Petroleum Company, along with the UAE’s Crescent Petroleum, Austria’s OMV and Hungary’s MOL. Pearl Petroleum has been developing the Khor Mor and Chemchemal gas fields since 2007.