WLGP


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WLGPWestern Libyan Gas Project
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Apart from the 11 BCM/y gas stream, the whole WLGP completed in 2005 produced 60,000 b/d of crude oil, 39,000 b/d of condensates, about 15,000 b/d of propane and 13,000 b/d of butane.
Later, Hawisa became the leading engineer for the WLGP team based in the premises of the project's main contractor, Technip, in Paris.
WLGP is a joint venture between NOC and Agip formed in 1997 which should produce 10 BCM/year of gas by 2004, with 2 BCM/year to be used locally and the rest to be exported to Italy.
Apart from the 10 BCM/y gas stream planned, the whole WLGP completed in 2005 in early 2011 was also producing 60,000 b/d of crude oil, 39,000 b/d of condensates, 15,000 b/d of propane and 13,000 b/d of butane.
WLGP, formed in 1997 which has the capacity to produce 10 BCM/year of natural gas and this is to exceed 12 BCM/year eventually, with 2 BCM/year to be pumped to Tunisia by pipeline.
WLGP is the focus of NOC's short-term gas production growth, as the company wants to speed up development of a new 500 MCF/day stream from on onshore finds in the western region, such as the Atshan field.
WLGP is a joint venture between NOC and Agip formed in 1997 which has the capacity to produce 10 BCM/year of natural gas, with 2 BCM/year to be pumped to Tunisia by pipeline yet to be built.
Now he heads the Western Libya Gas Project (WLGP) which is developing gas fields and having an 8 BCM/year gas pipeline to Italy under construction (see Gas Market Trends No.
Total production from the Western Libya Gas Project (WLGP), a JV of NOC and ENI, in 2006 hit its plateau level of 1,150 MCF/day of gas and 100,000 b/d of liquid hydrocarbons.
Apart from the 10 BCM/year gas stream planned, the whole WLGP completed in 2005 in early 2011 was also producing 60,000 b/d of crude oil, 39,000 b/d of condensates, 15,000 b/d of propane and 13,000 b/d of butane (see gmt2LibFieldsJuly13-09).
That the WLGP went on stream ahead of schedule was a tribute to ENI's patience in overcoming many years of bureaucratic hurdles in Libya, where few people were prepared to make key decisions lest they ran foul of Col.
This 7.4bn Western Libya Gas Project (WLGP) is a JV of Agip Gas BV and NOC.