China’s CNPC and its partners have invited bids from energy companies to supply a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) compressor unit for the 4.1 billion-barrel Halfaya oilfield, according to a report from Reuters.
This is in addition to the tenders we reported on last week.
State-run Maysan [Missan] Oil Company has invited bidders to supply and install a liquefied petroleum gas compressor package within a 30-months period to capture gas being flared at the southern oilfield, according to a company statement obtained by Reuters on Tuesday.
The tender closes on Oct. 9 and the offer stays valid for 90 days after the bid closing date.
The winning company should provide job site services and technical support during installation, start-up and test run of the liquefied petroleum compressor unit, a copy of the bidding document showed.
Liquefied petroleum gas from Halfaya would be transferred to Iraqi state-run South Gas Co. for domestic needs and power generation, an oil official at Maysan Oil Co. said on Tuesday.