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Germans Reach 150MMsc/d Of Gas In Egypt, With New Plant

German independent RWE Dea achieved first production from the Central Treatment Plant (CTP) of the Disouq Development Project in the Egyptian Nile Delta. Production commenced at an initial rate of 45 million standard cubic feet gas per day (MMscf/d).

The company ramped up production progressively between August 23 to August 26, 2014, to reach a rate of around 90 million standard cubic feet gas per day “Together with the North West Khilala gas plant, which has already been producing since September 2013, RWE Dea already achieved a total production of 150 MMscf/d ahead of schedule”, RWE Dea said in a release.

RWE Dea’s partner in the project is the Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Company (EGAS); production is operated by the joint venture Suez Oil Company (SUCO).

“We are pleased to inaugurate the Disouq Central Treatment Plant, as it marks a significant milestone in advancing production growth from our Egyptian assets,” said Dirk Warzecha, Chief Operating Officer of RWE Dea AG. “The volumes produced from our gas fields of the Disouq project make an important contribution to Egypt’s domestic energy production to meet the needs of the country’s growing energy demand,” Warzecha explained. “We started the project during difficult times in the country, which required special measures for security and logistics. With this project RWE Dea demonstrates its commitment to Egypt and North Africa as a core region,” Dirk Warzecha added.

With the launch of the CTP, RWE Dea will boost its oil and gas production in Egypt by 50% from 29,000 to 44,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. The company expects further production increases in CTP and North West Khilala up to the capacity of approximately 200MMscf/d in 2015. “I am very delighted, that we have reached this very important milestone in our Disouq project”, said Maximilian Fellner, General Manager RWE Dea Egypt. “Our work programme for the near future is extensive, as we plan to connect additional seven wells to the CTP and bring them on stream in 2015”, Fellner added.

 

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