CB&I bags Ain Tsila gas field FEED contract onshore Algeria

CB&I bags Ain Tsila gas field FEED contract onshore Algeria

7:09 AM, 27th September 2014
CB&I bags Ain Tsila gas field FEED contract onshore Algeria

THE WOODLANDS, US: CB&I has been awarded a contract by Groupement Isarene, a joint venture between Sonatrach, Petroceltic International plc and Enel Trade SpA, to provide front end engineering and design (FEED) services for the Ain Tsila gas field development located in onshore Algeria.

CB&I’s project scope includes FEED development for a grassroots 420 million cubic feet per day gas plant facility, plus three associated pipelines and well collection. The gas plant facility will include a gas processing plant with water separation, condensate and liquefied petroleum gas recovery equipment, gas compression, export pumps and metering facilities.

“This contract allows CB&I to continue our legacy of delivering complex oil and gas projects in all areas of the globe, including Algeria. Our depth of resources and breadth of experience will create value for our customer and enable them to optimize production from this significant project,” said Patrick K Mullen, President, Engineering, Construction and Maintenance operating group, CB&I.

 

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