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Khurais Oil Field Expansion Project
This project is in Saudi Arabia. It involves the development of Lower Fadhili field and production to Khurais CPF, and includes the construction of new processing facilities to handle an additional capacity of 300,000 barrels a day (b/d) of Arabian Light Crude oil, 143,000 scfd of associated gas and 34,000 bpd of NGL. To accommodate this increase, a new gas-oil separation plant (GOSP), a crude stabilization unit and a gas train will be installed at the KhCPF. Two gas turbine-driven pump trains will also be installed to provide treated seawater injection for reservoir pressure support. To optimize energy efficiency and make the plant partially self-reliant with power, a 165 MW co-generation unit will also be installed. About 45% of the power generated will come from recovering waste heat from the gas turbine hot exhaust flue gases that otherwise would have been vented into the atmosphere. The number of man hours required for the FEED is about 500,000. This will equate to an EPC phase that will be worth about $3 billion when it is tendered. Tenders for the scheme are expected to be released in the middle of 2014.