Block 403c/e is close to Anadarko's production system at Hassi Berkine South.
What does HBNS stand for?
HBNS stands for Hassi Berkine South (oil field; Algerian National Oil Company)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In June 2002 they had pushed oil output to 285,000 b/d after having brought the system's fourth and final oil treatment train in Hassi Berkine South (HBNS) on stream in April of that year.
Block 208 is located 90 km south of the Sonatrach/Anadarko-operated Hassi Berkine South (HBNS) oil field.
The El Merk development, located in Block 208, 90 kilometres (56 miles) south of the Sonatrach/Anadarko-operated Hassi Berkine South (HBNS) facility, will include a central processing facility, export pipelines and field infrastructure.
Block 403c/e is close to Anadarko's existing production system at Hassi Berkine South (see omt6AlgFieldsFeb7-11).
The 30-inch Nezla OH3 pipeline was commissioned in December 1998 to carry crude oil from Anadarko's prolific Hassi Berkine South (HBKS) field to Algeria's export system.
Following the completion of Stage II facilities to develop the Hassi Berkine South (HBNS) and Hassi Berkine (HBN) Fields in 2002, the CPF will be capable of producing 210,000 BOPD (gross) from three production trains.
In just five years since Anadarko's first production from Algeria, gross volumes produced through both the Hassi Berkine South and Ourhoud facilities have exceeded 200 million barrels of oil.