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Suncor Syria gas plant ready by mid-2010

08 April 2010

Jon Ferrier, the head of Canada-based Suncor Energy's operations in Syria has said that the firm's gas plant in the country is expected to start production by the middle of 2010, Reuters has reported. Suncor's Ebla gas plant in the desert northeast of Damascus will produce 2.3 million cubic metres per day (mcm/d), he told the news service. Ferrier said output could rise to 2.7 mcm/d without changes to plant design, and by 50% more depending on "proving reserves, good reservoir performance, some plant expansion work, and a revised commercial agreement with the government."

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