Saudi Aramco building plant for Midyan gas

Saudi Aramco has begun construction of a gas plant in an industrial region of northern Saudi Arabia to handle production from Midyan gas-condensate field under development in the Red Sea (OGJ Online, Nov. 16, 2012).

The company let a contract for engineering, procurement, and construction to Larsen & Toubro Arabia, Dammam, for a plant able to produce and process 75 MMcfd of nonassociated gas and 4,500 b/d of condensate. The plant will be about 195 km west of Tabuk and 135 km north of Duba.

Two 98-km pipelines will deliver sales gas and stabilized hydrocarbon liquids to a power plant near Duba.

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