Mustang awarded India gas compression system design

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October 19, 2010

Mustang, a Wood Group company, has been selected by Reliance Industries Limited (RIL) to perform concept, front-end engineering design and detailed engineering for its gas compression system and associated facilities for KG D6 Block Onshore Terminal, located on the east coast of India. The facility will be designed for compressing natural gas produced from KG-D6 deep water gas fields, which will require approximately 100,000 horsepower of compression.

This onshore compression facility will be one of the world’s largest facilities in a single location and will serve to boost the natural gas pressure to meet the inlet operating pressure conditions of the Reliance Gas Transportation Infrastructure Limited (RGTIL) East-West gas transmission system.

Steve Knowles, president of Mustang, stated, “Mustang looks forward to successfully delivering this exciting project to RIL as per schedule. Our global expertise in onshore facilities design is unparalleled and we appreciate the opportunity to demonstrate our capabilities on this important project for India.”

“We selected Mustang based on international competitive bidding, their technical competency and their past experience/history of delivering successful onshore facilities projects. We hope their performance on our project will re-confirm that they are the right partner for completing such large-scale projects,” said S.C. Varma, president – Development (E & P), Reliance Industries Limited.

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