Commercial production from the Sapinhoa discovery began early last month when FPSO Cidade de Sao Paulo started up, on time and on budget, with a capacity to process 120 000 barrels of oil per day and 176 million standard cubic feet of gas per day.
What does MMSCF stand for?
MMSCF stands for Million Standard Cubic Feet (oil industry)
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Al-Nuaimi said, in a press statement, that the new gas field has a flow rate of (10) million standard cubic feet per day, at a depth of 17,700 feet, as well as a gas flow rate of 2.
5 million standard cubic feet per day of mmscfd gas and a 1027-barrels-per-day of condensate.
Together, these two new units will more than triple gross processing capacity from around 100 000 barrels of oil and 176 million standard cubic feet of gas per day to 340 000 barrels of oil and 528 million standard cubic feet of gas per day.
Third phase of gas compression of Tatweer Petroleum in the Bahrain Field has been launched, which will be capable of managing around 100 million standard cubic feet per day of extra related gas production.