PDO signs contract for Saih Rawl compression system with Tecnicas Reunidas

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15 January 2007

Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) today signed a contract with Tecnicas Reunidas Oman (TR Oman) for the engineering, procurement and construction of the facilities for the Saih Rawl field gas compression project. The contract includes a 120-megawatt power station, a state-of-the-art plant containing four electric gas-compression trains, and the installation of a power distribution system connecting the Saih Rawl area with Qarn Alam and Saih Nihayda.

The contract was signed in Muscat by PDO Managing Director John Malcolm and Tecnicas Reunidas Managing Director José Luis Gutierrez Rexach in the presence of HE Nasser bin Khamis Al Jashmi, Undersecretary at the Ministry of Oil and Gas and other senior officials.

Gas Director at PDO Abla al Riyami described the project as “an important project aimed at securing PDO’s long term gas exports ability and to supply on-spec gas to Oman’s two gas liquefaction plants at Qalhat as well as contributing to the supply of the Sultanate’s domestic gas market.”

“This strategic project undertaken by PDO on behalf of the Government of Oman is a major investment in the Sultanate’s gas infrastructure,” John Malcolm PDO said.

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