China Power Oil And Gas Field Development In Ghana

September 16, by wire (reporter Lin Xiaowei) Ghanaian President Mahama 16th West Arturo Arbor natural gas treatment plant inauguration ceremony. He said that in China funded by the sewage treatment plant project is expected to enable Ghana to reverse the situation of energy shortage.

Bahamas at the ceremony to thank the China Development Bank as well as the construction of the China Petroleum Engineering Construction Corporation, the atuabo did contribute to the construction of natural gas processing plant. "If there is no funding, technology in China and Chinese enterprises in China, we cannot have a history of Ghana's first natural gas processing plant," Mahama said.

Attended the launching ceremony of the Chinese Ambassador to Ghana Sun Baohong said atuabo gas processing plant will help Ghana to explore and exploit oil and gas resource and resource advantages into economic advantages. "China is very pleased to participate in this process to share the bright future of the natural gas industry in Ghana. ”

Atuabo natural gas treatment plant construction is not only the largest single project in the financing and construction of Ghana, is also the country's first State-owned oil and natural gas project infrastructure. According to Sinopec's natural gas project manager of Ghana Koei to introduce, as of the end of May this year, the project had been running for half a year, nearly 300 million cubic meters of natural gas, produces about 35,000 tons of liquefied petroleum gas, producing nearly 10,000 tons of condensate.

In 2007, found a large quantity of oil and gas reserves in Ghana's Jubilee oil field, 3 years after production. As of now, his energy is still in short supply, seriously affecting the local commercial and industrial development and people's daily lives.

According to Sinopec natural gas project manager Wang Xianghui, Ghana introduction, atuabo natural gas treatment plant design capacity of 150 million standard cubic feet per day (about 4.25 million cubic meters per day). Media reports of Ghana, which formally put into production a year after Ghana to save $ 300 million in spending, thereby changing its heavily imported crude oil consumption power of the status quo.