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Bahrain received the lowest bid of $34.8 million for Non-Associated Gas Compression Facilities (NCF)

Tatweer Petroleum W.L.L, Bahrain revealed the bid results for the projects “Provision of Non-Associated Gas Compression Facilities”.

A total of five bidders has submitted the proposals. TDE Overseas Ltd. submitted the lowest bid price of USD 34,800,000.000. Other bidders, who submitted the proposals include Woodlands Energy Services CompanyEnerflex Middle East SPC, EnerservExterran Eastern Hemisphere Holdings L L C.

Non-Associated Gas Compression Facilities:

During October 2019, Tatweer invites the bid for eligible contractors.

As per the report, Non-Associated Gas (NAG) consumed within the Tatweer facilities.

As per the new gas management policy and since most of the Associated Gas / Residue Gas will be utilized for Gas Lift, the load on Khuff stock is enhanced to compensate and make-up.

The revised oil consumption strategy demands an increased gas injection at reservoirs to improve oil recovery.

Hence, Tatweer decided to install NCF as a long term solution to meet the Non-Associated Gas (NAG) demand for Maudded Gas Injection (MGI) and Sales gas.

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