GOSPGolden Spike National Historic Site (US National Park Service)
GOSPGas-Oil Separation Plant
GOSPGuaranteed Optical Service Provisioning (workshop)
GOSPGiving of Self Partnership (Philadelphia, PA)
GOSPGeneral Officers Steering Panel
GOSPGuarantee of Service Plan (Clark Public Utilities; Vancouver, WA)
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The Package 1 GOSP separation platform is located offshore in the eastern flank of the Arabian Gulf and functions as the operational centre of the Marjan increment project.
The GOSP has compressors pumping gas through a 300-km pipeline to the Haradh gas plant.
Adding the Farzan GOSP to a 300,000 b/d GOSP for Udayliyah meant another 520,000 b/d in new Ghawar capacity.
(NYSE MKT: GVP) has introduced two new EnVision training products: A GOSP dynamic simulation and an in-depth GOSP tutorial.
The company (at the time controlled by Chevron, Texaco, Exxon and Mobil) embarked on the largest engineering project to executed by any firm in the world, hiring tens of thousands of workers and many contractors to build the gas-gathering and fractionation infrastructure linking all the kingdom's onshore and offshore gas-oil separation plants (GOSPs).
McDermott's contract includes "the full suite of EPCI services" to relocate the control rooms in Zuluf gas oil separation plant (GOSP) 4 and Marjan GOSP 2 and 3, in addition to the fabrication of boat landings and jacket members, and the upgrade of all control systems as required.
The Program includes the installation of a new Gas Oil Separation Plant (GOSP) in Abu Ali Island and additional gas processing facilities at the Khursaniyah Gas Plant (KGP) to process 40,000 barrels per day of hydrocarbon condensate associated with the Berri Crude Increment.
The EPC contract was for a 100,000 b/d gas/oil separation plant (GOSP), plus storage tanks, oil shipping facilities, high and low pressure flaring systems, fire detection and fire fighters, control systems, a control and workshop building, an electrical sub-station, and gas compression and export facilities.
It said the recently completed crude- capacity-expansion project added a gas-oil separation plant (GOSP) and expanded gas compression and injection facilities as well as the pipelines to transport the additional product.
General Organisation of Sea Ports (GOSP) chairman Shaikh Daij bin Salman Al Khalifa hailed the performance, which acknowledges Bahrain's logistic facilities.
Under the Oil Ministry's plan in the 1990s for a 600,000 b/d capacity, work should include: field development, infrastructure, a stabilisation system, gas/oil separation plant (GOSP) and other facilities; an export pipeline to a deep water terminal on the Persian Gulf, together with piping between the wells; and channelling of the associated gas to the Southern Gas System.