Oman Review

The company is currently operating a range of commercial-scale EOR projects, including chemical EOR, miscible gas injection and thermal applications, which accounted for 10 per cent of the sultanate’s average oil productionPetroleum Development Oman (PDO), the nation’s largest oil and gas producer...






The first four blocks were commissioned successfully and the facility is now in daily operation delivering steam to the Amal oilfield. The four blocks have a total capacity of over 100 MW and will deliver 660 tonnes of steam per dayPetroleum Development Oman (PDO) and GlassPoint Solar have...






In total, five wells have recently been drilled in the field and all have encountered gas. One is already producing and another will be hooked up shortly. Work is also progressing on two further appraisal wellsPetroleum Development Oman (PDO) has confirmed a ‘significant’ gas find with estimated...






Co-hosted with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) and under the auspices of the Ministry of Oil & Gas, the annual congress will address challenges and discuss opportunities across the heavy oil value chain through a two-day strategic conferenceMore than 500 delegates from over 40 countries will attend...






The company has been providing electrical submersible pump systems for the oil and gas sector and to the water business in Saudi Arabia since 1980.  It provided, installed and maintained ESPs in Oman from 1996 Saudi-based Alkhorayef Petroleum Company (APC), the only Middle Eastern manufacturer...






As one of the largest companies in Oman, PDO is responding to the challenge by rolling out a ban on single-use plastics across the organisation, a move which it hopes will encourage others to follow suit and raise awareness over this pressing issuePetroleum Development Oman (PDO) has announced it...






The company’s manufacturing business has also seen a significant shift through the manufacture of custom Hawk jet platforms, as well as its own ground equipment, through the Saudi specialised products factory ‘Wahaj’ in RiyadhSaudi International Petrochemical Company (Sipchem), a key player in the...






Under a new strategy adopted by the majority government-owned operator, an increasing share of this output is proposed to be utilised for a number of ‘green’ projects rather than dispose it off in deep wellsPetroleum Development Oman (PDO), the nation’s biggest producer of hydrocarbons, has unveiled...






Lekhwair is one of PDO’s largest fields with its oils mostly of 37.8[degrees] API from Lower Cretaceous Fms. The field’s development was completed in mid-1993, raising its capacity to 90,000 bpd, from about 26,000 bpdOman's oilfields hold the key to sustaining the role of the sultanate as a key oil...






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