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Egypt: Field Development BP Commences Production at Qattameya Gas Field

Editor: Ahlam Rais

The Qattameya gas field located offshore Egypt is expected to produce up to 50 million cubic feet of gas per day. The field has been developed through a one-well subsea development and tied-back to existing infrastructure.

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Qattameya is tied back to the Ha’py and Tuart field ‎development via a new 50 km pipeline and is also connected to their existing subsea ‎utilities via a 50 kilometre umbilical.
Qattameya is tied back to the Ha’py and Tuart field ‎development via a new 50 km pipeline and is also connected to their existing subsea ‎utilities via a 50 kilometre umbilical.
(Source: BP)

Cairo/Egypt – BP has recently announced the start of gas production from its latest development ‎offshore Egypt – the Qattameya gas field in the North Damietta offshore concession.

Through BP’s joint venture, Pharaonic Petroleum Company, the field, which is ‎expected to produce up to 50 million cubic feet of gas per day, has been developed ‎through a one-well subsea development and tied-back to existing infrastructure.‎

Karim Alaa, BP’s North Africa regional president, said: “By building on BP’s significant ‎existing assets and infrastructure offshore Egypt, we were able to develop Qattameya ‎efficiently and economically. Creating value through high quality, efficient oil and gas ‎developments is a key part of BP’s strategy. We see this as a great example of resilient ‎hydrocarbons development.

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“We are proud to have brought this project safely onstream through an extremely ‎challenging period. Our team continues to work to support Egypt realising the potential of ‎its energy resources, adding to our track-record of delivery and enabled by our established ‎partnerships with the Egyptian petroleum sector.”

Qattameya, whose discovery was announced in 2017, is located approximately 45 km west ‎of the Ha’py platform, in 108 metres of water. It is tied back to the Ha’py and Tuart field ‎development via a new 50 km pipeline and is also connected to their existing subsea ‎utilities via a 50 kilometre umbilical.

‎BP holds 100 % equity in the North Damietta offshore concession in the East Nile Delta. ‎Gas production from the field is directed to Egypt’s national grid.‎

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