Syrian gas pipeline to be contracted to Dutch company

Jul 28, 2000 02:00 AM

Construction of a gas pipeline from recently developed fields in the Palmyra area to Aleppo, is set to be contracted to Netherlands-based, A. Hak Pijpleidingen, following the issue of a letter of intent. Tendering of the project by the Syrian Petroleum Company, saw the firm enter the lowest price of $ 46 mm for the 200 km, 24 inch diameter pipeline.
Quotes for supply of piping has already begun and A. Hak are aiming to commence construction during December. Most of the gas reaching Aleppo will be bound for the new 1,000 MW power station, constructed by Mitsubishi Heavy Industries.
During the past three years, output from the Palmyra fields has reached 250 mm cfpd and is set to climb further, with Canada's Titan Projects currently working on designs for the development of another cluster of fields in the area. When completed, they are estimate to increase production levels by another 200 mm cf/d.

Source: Energy24
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