Zohrwith a total potential of 850 billion cubic meters of gas in place, is the largest natural gas field ever discovered in the Mediterranean.The field will start production through phases where it’s started the 1st phase nowadays, Nova agency stated.
The field will produce Natural Gas expected to secure Egypt’s domestic needs of gas after it has become a net importer of gas. The Natural Gas produced from field will be exploited in many investments contributing in increasing local production capacity which by means increases economic growth
Petrojet received certificate of appreciation from Petrofac for achieving one million man- hours with lost time injury (LTI) in Lower Fars Heavy Oil Development program Phase-1 in Kuwait
Petrojet as a sub-contactor of HIESCO performed phase-1 with high quality performance while maintaining the best HSE measures. It’s noteworthy that Petrojet is working in Kuwaitunder harsh weather conditions which makes its work challenging.
Egyptian Minister of Petroleum and Mineral Resources visited West Nile Gas development field accompanied by Eng/Salah Ismail, Petrojet CEO, and Eng/Hesham Makawi, Regional President North Africa of Bp. The visit was to check on the progress of work in the second phase of the West Nile Gas Development project.
The field is to start production by the end of 2018 with a production capacity of 700 to 800 MCFD.
The project is carried out with the latest offshore Well technologies, and outstanding performance rates in achieving its development plan, El-Molla Stated.
Petrojet as one of the Egyptian petroleum sector companies has joined the largest gathering in oil & gas industry in Kuwait organized by the society petroleum of engineers (SPE) which was held in 15-18 October 2017
Petrojet has finished design, fabrication, heat treatment, testing, delivering and installation of a liquefied petroleum gas (LPG Bullet) in Siba project in Iraq. It’s noteworthy that Petrojet carried out fabrication works of the bullet in its ASME certified Iraq workshops with total weight of 220 tons and storage capacity of 300 tons.
Petrojet lifted the roof structure of the first tank in the Lower Fars Heavy Oil development (LFHOD) project in Kuwait with the height of 5 meters using the Hydraulic jacking method which is the first of its kind for petrojet to use in tanks erection. petrojet replaced the old traditional method of using cranes and scaffoldings with this new high technology method because it proved to be the safest, fastest and most economical way to construct storage tanks.