Dehydration units arrive at Dragon field off Venezuela

Petroleos de Venezuela SA said dehydration units have arrived in Guiria, Sucre, for a gas conditioning plant for Dragon field in the Mariscal Sucre natural gas project off Venezuela (OGJ Online, Nov. 18, 2010).

The units will process the first 300 MMcfd shipped from offshore via the Dragon-Cigma pipeline.

PDVSA plans to complete installation of the dehydration units in November. They were part of 650 tons of equipment that recently arrived for construction of the plant and pipeline.

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