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Haradh

Project

Haradh Natural Gas and Oil Development Project

Operator

Saudi Aramco

Location

280km southwest of Dhahran

Total Cost

$2bn

Delivery

1.5 billion cubic feet per day of sales gas

Gas Oil Separation

300,000bpd of Arabian Light crude

Gas Gathering

130 million cubic feet

Delivery Capacity

170,000bpd of condensate to Abqaiq

Wells

87

Manifolds

Haradh manifold (12km from the gas plant); Waqr manifold (50km); Tinat manifold (44km)

Lines

Five 20in and 30in gas transmission, 130km total length

Power

13.8kV power lines and substations

Gas Trains

Four (two for the sweet low sulfur Unayzah gas and two for the sour Khuff gas)

Unayzah Gas

Haradh, Ghazal, Wudayhi, Waqr and Tinat fields

Khuff Gas

Haradh field

Process

1.6 billion cubic feet a day of a combined raw feed, up to 90 metric tons per operating day of sulphur

The Main Plant

100,000m³ of concrete, 22,000t of structural steel, 410,000 welded joints, 4,000km of cabling, 540km of plant piping, 1,400 items of engineered equipment, 750km of line piping ranging from 18in

Factilities

32,000m² of office and workshop space, 1,000 men, airstrip, 2,500 telephone exchange lines, data networks for 470 users, ground-to-air radio, 306km of fibre-optics, five communications towers

Gas Processing Facilities

JGC (Japan)

Utilities and Offsites

Technip (Italy)

Industrial Support Facilities

Saudi Constructioneers

Permanent Communications

General Dynamics

Downstream Gas Condensate Pipelines

Technip Saudi Arabia

Gas Gathering Manifolds and Transmission Pipelines

Suedrohrbau

Hawiyah BSP and Haradh Substation Work

National Contracting

Overhead Transmission Lines

MEEDCo

Haradh Camp Construction

J&P Saudi Arabia

Site Preparation

Al-Khodari

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