Monday , November 20 2017
Home / Projects / Asia


Jordan -Zarqa Combined-Cycle Power Project


The 485MW Zarqa power plant is a combined-cycle gas turbine power project being developed in Zarqa, the Kingdom of Jordan. The natural gas-fired project is expected to generate an average of 3.2Twh of electricity a year, which is the consumption equivalent of approximately 620,000 individual residential customers. Proposed to generate early ...

Read More »

Abadi Gas Field, Indonesia


The Abadi gas field is situated in the 3,221km² Masela block in the Arafura Sea, Indonesia. The field lies in water depths ranging 984ft-3,281ft. Inpex Masela, a subsidiary of Japan-based oil and gas company Inpex, operates the field. Inpex earlier owned a 90% interest in the field but in July ...

Read More »

Al Wasit Gas Program, Saudi Arabia


The Al Wasit Gas Program includes the development of Arabiyah and Hasbah gas fields located offshore Saudi Arabia in the Arabian Gulf. The project is being developed by Saudi Aramco and is scheduled to be commissioned in 2014. The investment for the entire project is $4.7bn. The project will be ...

Read More »

Balai Cluster Project, Sarawak, Malaysia


Balai Cluster project is located offshore Sarawak, Eastern Malaysia, around 130km northeast of Bintulu in water depths of around 60m. The offshore project comprises the development of four small oil and gas fields, namely Balai, Bentara, West Acis and Spaoh. The Balai Cluster project is owned by Malaysia’s state-run oil ...

Read More »

Nong Yao Oil Field, Thailand

download (3)

Nong Yao oil field is situated in the G11/48 concession in southern Gulf of Thailand, approximately 165km off the coast of Thailand, in a water depth of approximately 75m. The G11/48 development block, including the Nong Yao discovery, is owned by Mubadala Petroleum (67.5%), KrisEnergy (22.5%) and Palang Sophon (10%). ...

Read More »

Oyong Oil and Gas Field, East Java, Indonesia


The Oyong oilfield is situated 8km off the coast of Madura Island in the East Java region of Indonesia. Located at a water depth of 45m, the field has a gas column of 120m and an oil column of 38m. The field is estimated to hold about eight million barrels ...

Read More »