Ahdi field gas plant starting in Pakistan

Pakistani government officials have inaugurated a third natural gas processing plant at Adhi oil and gas field operated by Pakistan Petroleum Ltd. about 70 km south of Islamabad.

The plant will support production from eight development wells planned after a reservoir study indicated further potential from the field. Six of the wells have been drilled.

The plant has capacities of 25 MMscfd of gas, 150 tonnes/day of LPG, and 5,500 b/d of crude oil and condensate.

Average Ahdi production from 16 wells is 50 MMscfd of gas, 2,000 b/d of NGL, 4,500 b/d of NGL, and 155 tonnes/day of LPG.

Pakistan Petroleum’s partners in the field are Oil & Gas Development Co. Ltd. and Pakistan Oilfields Ltd.

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