Algerian gas contract goes to CB&I

Algerian gas filed development FEED contract goes to CB&I

CB&I said it has been awarded a contract by Groupement Isarene, a joint venture between Sonatrach, Petroceltic International and Enel Trade, to provide FEED services for the Ain Tsila gas field development located in onshore Algeria. 


CB&I’s project scope includes FEED development for a grassroots 420 million cubic feet per day gas plant facility, plus three associated pipelines and well collection.

The gas plant facility will include a gas processing plant with water separation, condensate and liquefied petroleum gas recovery equipment, gas compression, export pumps and metering facilities.

 

Press Release, September 26, 2014; Image: Petroceltic

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