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Rabab Harweel Integrated Gas Plant Project
The project is about Engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract to build an integrated gas plant with capacity to export 4.9 million cubic meters a day (cm/d) of sweet gas and 9,700 cm/d of condensate in addition to about 16 million cm/d of high-pressure sour injection, including the construction of a power station. The Rabab Harweel Integrated Project (RHIP) will be developed in Oman. The project is worth US$1.25 billion commissioning support services for this mega project. Located in the Harweel cluster of onshore fields, RHIP will include sour gas processing facilities, associated gas injection systems and export pipelines. It will handle the production of oil and gas from Harweel oil reservoirs using miscible gas injections and the production of gas with condensate from Rahab reservoir through partial recycling of sour gas. Situated in the Harweel Cluster of fields, somewhere down in the desert in the south of the Sultanate, the RHIP office will incorporate acrid gas preparing offices and related assembling and infusion frameworks and fare pipelines. It will deal with the generation of oil and gas from the Harweel oil repositories by means of miscible gas infusion and the creation of gas with condensate from the Rabab repository through fractional reusing of harsh gas. When complete, the facility will deliver: 6 MM SCMD of sweet gas 60,000 BPD of oil 16 MM SCMD of high pressure sour injection An Australian company has been awarded a contract to carry out the front-end engineering design (FEED) study.