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Ebla Gas Facility

Discipline: Front-End Engineering

Client: Petro-Canada (Palmyra) BV

Location: Central Syria

Front End Engineering Design of gas gathering system, pipelines and gas treatment/LPG extraction plant. Design, tendering & award of long lead packages. Preparation of ITT package for subsequent EPCC.

The ODE Scope of Work consisted of project management & project control services, all engineering from the wellheads via the gas gathering station and gas treatment plant through to export, including all hydrocarbon carrying/ produced water injection (1x4", 5km) and raw water pipelines (2x4", 5km).
The total man-hours for the FEED scope was 70,500 hours.

The work entailed:

  • Process selections & design of gas facilities, including LPG extraction, by either refrigeration, or turbo-expander process
  • Flow assurance design of well flowlines and pipeline, which included line size selection and slug catcher sizing & configuration 
  • Materials selection for all facilities & equipment
  • Site selection of GGS/GTP and route selection for flowlines & pipeline
  • All plant layouts and infrastructure & amenities and construction requirements
  • Civil buildings & preparatory works design
  • Mechanical, electrical, instrumentation & control and telecommunications design of complete plant & systems
  • Full HSE scope; including HAZID, HAZOP & SIL analysis. 
  • Preparation of long lead item requisitions and ITT packages, tendering, evaluation & completion of purchase orders
  • Preparation of  EPCC tender package for full field development through to start-up & hand-over


General design premise:

  • Gas production 80 MMscfd (DCQ), peak 96 MMscfd
  • Max. oil production 640 m3/d (4000 bbl/d)
  • Max. total production (oil and water) 720 m3/d (4530 bbl/d)
  • Max. water production   400 m3/d (2515 bbl/d)