Qasr Gas And Condensate Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Apache Khalda
  • Country: Egypt
  • Location: Western Desert, approximately 525km west of Cairo
  • Production start: 2005
  • Partners:
  • Type: Oil / Gas
  • Estimated Reserves:
    • Gas: ultimate recoverable gas reserves in excess of 2 trillion cubic feet
    • Condensate: recoveries in the range of 40 million to 50 million barrels
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • A major gas and condensate field
  • The Qasr Compression Project will provide additional compression to the existing facilities to improve recovery

Contractors

  • J P Kenny: Project Management, Engineering and Procurement for initial development
  • Foster Wheeler:
    • Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) phase of the Qasr Compression Project
    • Project management consultancy services during the front-end engineering design phase of the Qasr Compression Project

History

  • 2003 - Qasr Gas And Condensate Field discovered
  • 2004 - Apache Contracts to Sell 2.1 Tcf of Gas
  • 2005 - Production started
  • 2011 - Foster Wheeler Awarded PMC Contract
  • 2013 - Foster Wheeler Awarded EPC Contract

Geology

  • The most productive horizon at Qasr is in the Jurassic age
  • Hydrocarbons are also present in Cretaceous AEB sands

Links

  1. Onshore Pipelines - Khalda Petroleum Co, JP Kenny
  2. Apache Contracts to Sell 2.1 Tcf of Gas From Qasr Field in Egypt
  3. Apache's Egyptian Qasr-3X Well Logs 448 Feet of Net Pay
  4. Apache's Qasr-6 Tests 28.8 MMcf Gas, 1,037 Bbls Condensate; Qasr-9 Flows 4,826 Bbls Oil Per Day in Egypt
  5. Apache's Qasr-6 Tests 28.8 MMcf Gas, 1,037 Bbls Condensate; Qasr-9 Flows 4,826 Bbls Oil Per Day in Egypt
  6. Foster Wheeler Awarded PMC Contract for the Apache Khalda Qasr Compression Project in Egypt
  7. Foster Wheeler Awarded Technical Consultancy Services Contracts by Apache Khalda for the Qasr Compression Project in Egypt

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