Processing & Refining
Hydrocarbons from the 53 wells first flow into a wellhead compression package that boost pressures from 20 to 120 psi sufficient to transport the fluids to the processing plant and into one of 2 inlet separators. Primary condensate liquid is separated from the gas and flows to a stabiliser tower and into storage at the export terminal. Wet gas from the inlet separator is compressed to over 1000 psi and enters a molecular sieve sweetening dehydration plant to remove H2S/H2O. The sweet gas enters an LPG recovery plant that separates out propane, butane and secondary condensate which is pumped to the export terminal. The remaining gas is mostly methane at pipeline quality and is compressed further into the pipeline network of Sharjah and the Northern Emirates for use in power stations, industry and domestic supplies.