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ADMA-OPCO Key Figures: As national oil company, ADMA-OPCO does not publish revenues and earnings. 2010 Crude oil production 481,000 b/d. 2010 Natural gas production 1,8844 million cf/d.
from which: - 1,115 million cf/d were sold - 664 million cf/d were reinjected - 65 millioncf/d were consumed or flared_____
Adma-Opco Projects and Business Highlights:
Within ADNOC, ADMA-OPCO stands on the front row as it represents more than 40% of the total crude oil production.
Therefore ADMA-OPCO is ADNOC spearhead to meet the quotas of production agreed with OPEC for 2017.
In order to control the crude oil market, the Gulf countries estimate to have to contribute by 40% to the global production.
For Abu Dhabi and ADNOC it means to increase the volume from the actual 1.1 million b/d to 1.75 million b/d.
The giant projects Umm al Lulu and Satah al Razboot (Sarb), Habshan -Taweelah, and Upper Zakum are developed in that perspective.
With $2 billion capital expenditure, Umm al Lulu and Sarb should add 200,000 b/d production.
Designed around four packages during the front end engineering and design (FEED) performed by Fluor, Technip implemented the FEED for the early production.
The corresponding engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contracts should be awarded on the next weeks: - Umm al Lulu Package 1 (EPC-1) includes six wellhead towers and the infield subsea pipeline - Umm al lulu Package 2 (EPC-2) contains the processing facilities and living quarter - Satak al Rasboot Package 3 (Sarb EPC-3) is about the 190 kilometers export pipeline to Zurku Island and 4 risers platforms with 4 flares
- Satah al Rasboot Package 4 (Sarb EPC-4) involves the civil work for the construction of the two artificial islands Sarb 1 and Sarb 2 already in progress 120 kilometers northwest coast of Abu Dhabi.
Umm al Lulu and Sarb project will require 62,000 tonnes of fabrication, 200 kilometers of pipelines and 150 kilometers of cables.
Then ADMA-OPCO is cautious about the environment as well as Abu Dhabi is running short of gas.
The Das Island flare gas recovery is planned to meet both expectations with Tebodin working on the FEED
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