Omani gas supplies 15 countries with high efficiency

The head of the Oman Liquefied Gas Company, Eng. Hareb Al Kaitani, says that the LNG plant achieves the highest production capacity with a capacity of 10.4 million metric tons annually, and that 25% of the feed gas used in production comes from Khazzan field.

Al-Kaitani adds that the company is currently undertaking several strategic projects that would enhance the factory’s work efficiency and increase productivity in general. These projects are of the utmost importance of the company’s board of directors and the executive management to keep pace with developments in the gas industry.

Oman LNG exports its gas production to more than 15 countries around the world, while the company continues to develop many projects that keep pace with the rapid developments in the gas industry.

The company is currently operating in its plant in the state of “Sour” three locomotives for liquefying natural gas and aims to reach its total capacity to 10.4 million metric tons per year compared to 8.6 million tons in 2017. The plant is highly efficient to receive, process, ship and deliver this quantity according to the highest levels of safety.

Hareb bin Abdullah Al Kaitani, CEO of Oman LNG, says: “Strategic planning occupies a large part of our approach to reach the highest levels of efficiency in performance. The company has a team of specialists and experts devoted to developing various initiatives that improve the performance of the plant. To reach the maximum capacity with the flow of additional quantities of gas from the Khazzan field, and work is continuing in this field. “