Tamar Gas Field

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Summary Information

  • Operator: Noble
  • Country: Israel
  • Location: Levantine Basin, eastern Mediterranean
  • Production start: 2013
  • Partners: Noble, Delek
  • Type: Gas
  • Estimated Reserves: 8.4 trillion cubic feet of gas
  • Production Volume:

Description

  • The Tamar platform will be located in approximately 800 feet of water and will be designed to process 1.2 billion standard cubic feet of gas per day. The Tamar field is estimated to contain 8.4 trillion cubic feet of gas and will be produced through several subsea wells connected to the platform by 150 km long flow lines. The planned single-lift topsides facility will have four deck levels and will weigh nearly 10,000 tons when completed.

Contractors

  • Alliance Engineering: Detailed engineering and design services for the Tamar Platform Project, including topsides facilities and deck structure
  • Aker Solutions:
    • Supply of 240 kilometres of steel tube umbilicals
    • Mono ethylene glycol (MEG) reclamation unit
    • Engineering, manufacturing and delivery of a subsea controls distribution system, umbilical termination assemblies (UTA) and related equipment

History

  • 2009 - Gas discovered in the Tamar field
  • 2012 - Agreement with Dalia Power Energies Ltd. for the Sale of Natural Gas from the field
  • 2013 - Natural Gas Begins to Flow from Tamar

Geology

Links

  1. Noble Energy Announces Significant Natural Gas Discovery at Tamar Well Offshore Israel
  2. Alliance Engineering awarded detailed engineering and design contract for Noble Energy's Tamar Platform topsides
  3. Aker Solutions to supply subsea umbilicals to Noble Energy
  4. Aker Solutions to supply MEG reclamation unit to Noble Energy
  5. Aker Solutions wins another subsea contract with Noble Energy
  6. Agreement with Dalia Power Energies Ltd. for the Sale of Natural Gas
  7. Noble Energy Announces Execution of Gas Sales Agreement With Israel Electric Corporation
  8. Natural Gas Began to Flow from Tamar

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