Improvement works required for Iraqi central processing facility
State-owned oil firm Petrochina has reissued tenders for an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract for the upgrade of a processing facility at the Halfaya oil field in the southeast of Iraq.
Issued on 6 March, bids are due on 6 April for the brownfield central processing facility (CPF).
The deal covers improvements to CPF-1 at the field.
The phase 2 CPF is expected to be commissioned in 2015, by China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Corporation, doubling the fields production capacity to 200,000 barrels a day (b/d), from 100,000 b/d currently.
Phase 3 facilities are still in the design stage by the UKs Mott MacDonald. These will include new well pad clusters, an oil-gathering system, a third CPF and storage tanks.
The Halfaya consortium, which includes China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), Malaysias Petronas, Frances Total and state-owned Missan Oil Company, plans to more than double the production again in phase 3 to reach the 535,000 b/d plateau by 2017.
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