Maintenance support for Halfaya field in the Missan province
Petrochina, the developer of the Halfaya oil field, has issued a tender for the provision of civil support services for its production facilities in the Missan province in the southeast of Iraq. Bids are due on 24 April.
The deal will cover support for Petrochina’s production facilities, including oil well pads, intermediate pump station, source water plant, central processing facilities (CPF), and a gas receiving station at Kala power plant, which is about 25 kilometres from the CPF.
Petrochina, a subsidiary of state-owned China National Petroleum Corporation (CNPC), leads the development of the 4.1-billion-barrel Halfaya oil field along with France’s Total, Malaysia’s Petronas and state-owned Missan Oil Company.
The Chinese firm plans to construct a new crude oil pipeline connecting the Halfaya and Burzugan oil fields with storage facilities on the Al-Fao peninsula. The deadline for bids has been delayed to 15 November.
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