Abu Dhabi’s USD10b Shah Gas to reach full capacity in Q2

25 Mar 2015

(MENAFN) Abu Dhabi’s Shah Gas project is set to reach its maximum capacity in the second quarter of 2015, according to business reports, The National reported.

Shah Gas’s production started back in January. The US Occidental Petroleum, which owns 40 percent of the project, said that producing “very sour” gas will be a global unprecedented event.

Through the project, the world’s first single gas plant to process at least 1 billion standard cubic feet (SCF) of gas with high levels of H2S is set to be constructed.

“The scale of the Shah Gas development is larger than sour gas projects undertaken anywhere else in the world. The outcome of the project is being watched very keenly by industry peers,” the chief executive of Al Hosn Gas said.

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