Qurna 1 field, which is operated by ExxonMobil. The company also has a 44% interest in the Basrah Gas Company, which gathers, treats and processes associated gas, produced from the Rumaila, West Qurna 1 and Zubair fields. The processed gas and associated products, such as condensate and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), are sold primarily to the domestic market with the potential to export any surplus. Kazakhstan: The company has a 16.8% interest in the North Caspian Production Sharing Agreement which covers the offshore Kashagan field, where the North Caspian Operating Company is the operator. This shallow-water field covers an area of approximately 3,400 square kilometres. Phase 1 development of the field is expected to lead to plateau production of approximately 300 thousand boe/d, on a 100% basis, with the possibility of increasing further with additional phases of development. The company also has an interest of 55% in the Pearls PSC, covering an area of approximately 900 square kilometres in the Kazakh sector of the Caspian Sea. It includes two oil discoveries, Auezov and Khazar. The company also has a 5.43% interest in Caspian Pipeline Consortium, which owns an oil pipeline running from the Caspian Sea to the Black Sea across parts of Kazakhstan and Russia. Malaysia: The company explores for and produce oil and gas offshore Sabah and Sarawak under 18 PSCs, in which its interests range from 20% to 85%. Offshore Sabah, the company operates five producing oil fields (Shell interests ranging from 29% to 50%). These include the Gumusut-Kakap deep-water field (Shell interest 29%) where production via a floating production system commenced in 2014. The company has additional interests ranging from 30% to 50% in PSCs for the exploration and development of four blocks. These include the Malikai deep-water field (Shell interest 35%) which it is developing, as the operator. The company also has a 21% interest in the Siakap North-Petai deep-water field and a 30% interest in the Kebabangan field, neither of which it operates. Offshore Sarawak, the company is the operator of 12 producing gas fields (Shell interests ranging from 37.5% to 70%). Waterflood is operational in the St. Joseph field and is under installation at the Malikai field. In the Gumusut Kakap field, both gas and water injections were commissioned in 2015 and are operational. The company also has a 40% interest in the 2011 Baram Delta EOR PSC and a 50% interest in Block SK-307. Additionally, it has interests in five exploration PSCs: deep-water block 2B, SK318, SK319, SK320 and SK408. The company operates a GTL plant adjacent to the Malaysia LNG facilities in Bintulu. Using Shell technology, the plant converts gas into high-quality middle distillates, drilling fluids, waxes and speciality products. Oman: The company has a 34% interest in Petroleum Development Oman (PDO); the Omani government has a 60% interest. PDO is the operator of approximately 160 oil fields, mainly located in central and southern Oman over an area of 114,000 square kilometres. The concession expires in 2044. In various assets in PDO, production is supported by water injection, gas injection, steam injection or polymer flood projects. The company is participating in the Mukhaizna oil field where steam flooding, an EOR method, is being applied. It has a 30% interest in Oman LNG, which mainly supplies Asian markets under long-term contracts. The company also has an 11% indirect interest in Qalhat LNG, which is part of the Oman LNG complex. Qatar The company operates it under a development and production-sharing contract with the government. The fully-integrated facility has capacity for production, processing and transportation of 1.6 billion scf/d of gas from Qatar’s North Field. It has an installed capacity of approximately 140 thousand boe/d of liquid hydrocarbon products and 120 thousand boe/d of natural gas liquids (NGL) and ethane. In 2015, Pearl produced 4.1 million tonnes of GTL products. The company has a 30% interest in Qatargas 4, which comprises integrated facilities to produce about 1.4 billion scf/d of gas from Qatar’s North Field, an onshore g
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