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Title: IRAQI GAS DEVELOPMENT PLANS


1
  • IRAQI GAS DEVELOPMENT PLANS
  • AN OVERVIEW
  • SABAH H. AL-JOWHAR
  • MANGER OF GAS DEPARTMENT
  • PLANNING DIRECTORATE, MINISTRY OF OIL - IRAQ

This views expressed in this presentation are
those of its author and do not necessarily
represent the policy or views of the Ministry of
Oil of the Republic of Iraq
2
Main Topics
  • Introduction
  • Gas Reserves
  • Gas Utilisation Strategy
  • Short Term Plan
  • Rehabilitation to Pre-War Capacities
  • Medium Term Plan
  • Utilisation of Associated Gas from New Projects
  • Early Production for Power Generation
  • Long Term Plan
  • Full Development of Oil Gas Fields
  • Surplus Gas Utilisation
  • Conclusions

3
Proven Gas Reserves is around 3150 BCM
THE ETERNAL FIRE AT KIRKUK
4
Gas Utilization Strategy
  • Gas Master Plan
  • Minimise Gas Flaring
  • Rehabilitation of existing gas plants
  • Construction new gas utilization projects
  • Maximizing liquid recovery from natural gas to
    enable LPG export
  • Substitution of natural gas for power generation,
    instead of crude oil oil products
  • Surplus Gas Utilisation
  • Conversion to GTL , Chemicals Fertilizer
  • Gas Storage in depleted reservoirs
  • Gas Export

5
Pre - War Design Capacities Gas Processing
Plants
  • NORTH GAS PLANT (535 MMSCF/D)
  • DRY GAS ( 400 MMSCF/D)
  • LPG (3340 T/D)
  • N-GASOLINE ( 1050 T/D)
  • SOUTH GAS (1050 MMSCF/D)
  • DRY GAS (760 MMSCF/D)
  • LPG (12100 T/D)
  • N-GASOLINE (4200 T/D)

6
Pre - War Gas Production Utilisation
7
Pre - War Dry Gas Sector Consumption
8
Present Status 2005 (in mmscf/d)
  • Natural Gas Daily Production 1164 mmscf/d
  • Natural Gas Daily Flare 694 mmscf/d (60 )

NOC PRODUCED, 228
NOC UTILIZED, 191
FLARED, 694
FREE, 174
SOC UTILIZED, 279
SOC PRODUCED, 936
9
Requirements to Restore Capacities
  • Rehabilitation of the following
  • Gas Gathering System (Gas Compressor Stations) at
  • Southern Field Region (Rumaila)
  • Kirkuk Area
  • Second Train in North Gas Plant
  • Refrigerating Unit at NGL Plant North Rumaila
  • The Two NGL Trains at Khor Al Zubair

10
Gas Production - Present
  • Rehabilitation of gas facilities and gas net work
    to pre-war status
  • LPG demand (1.8 MTPA)
  • LPG imported for the domestic needs

AVERAGE PRODUCTION OF LPG 0.7 MTPA
IMPORT ABOUT 1.1 MTPA
11
Medium Term Plan
  • Utilisation of Mishrif Sour Gas (65 mmscf/d)
    from N Rumaila
  • Utilisation of ( 200 mmscf/d) associated gas
    from Zubair Field, to be implemented in two
    phases
  • Utilisation of West Qurna associated gas (150
    mmscf/d)

12
Medium Term
  • After Rehab of existing natural gas facilities,
    and construction the new gas projects
  • Construct new Fast Track Power Generation
    Projects (total 940 MW) using
  • Associated Flared Gas
  • Partial Development of Gas Fields

13
Long Term Plan
  • Associated Gas Utilisation
  • Gas Fields Development
  • Power Generation
  • Development of New Oil Fields Leading to
    Increased Associated Gas
  • Marketing of gas products, LPG, Natural Gasoline

Chemchemal
Jeria pika
Mansuriya
Akkas
Siba
14
Crude Oil Production Plan
  • Discovered Fields 73 Fields
  • Present Producing Fields 24 Fields
  • Present Infrastructure Capacity 3.5 mm bbl/day
  • Future Plan to increase production capacity to 6
    mm bbl/day
  • First Stage Increase production from 3.5 to 4.0
    mm bbl/day
  • Development of Producing Reservoirs,
  • Partial Development of Discovered but Undeveloped
    Fields
  • Second Stage Addition of 2 mm bbl/day through
    Cooperation with International Companies
    According to the Ministry Frame Work Agreement
    Models (Production Sharing, Service Contracts
    etc.)

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Longer Term
  • Expected Natural Gas production, associated gas
    at 6 mmbbl/d from crude oil and free gas from Gas
    fields
  • Expected LPG production

Total LPG Production Potential Low Case 13 MTPA
High Case 17.3 MTPA Maximum Local Consumption
4 MTPA (2010 - 2015) LPG Export Potential Base
Case 9 MTPA High Case 13.3 MTPA
LPG 5.55 MTA
LPG 5 MTA
18
Power Generation Capacity Demand
  • Pre 1990 Installed Power Generation Capacity
    8,500 MW
  • Pre War Power Generation Capacity 5,000 MW
  • Present Status
  • Power Stations operate at lt 60 of Capacity
  • All Existing Power Plant Require refurbishment
    Overhaul to return to Pre 1990 Levels

19
Power Generation Fuel Forecast (to 2010)
Associated Gas Production (at 3.5- 4 mmbbld)
2000 mmscf/day
Development of Non Associated Gas Fields 1925
mmscf/day
8400 MW
8000 MW
ELECTRICAL POWER DEMAND 17 000 MW
1300 MW
6600 MW
Fuel Oil Produced at Refinery 260,000 bbl/day
Crude Oil 50,000 bbl/day
20
Gas Fields Development Projects
Fields Full Development Full Development Full Development Fast Track Project Fast Track Project Fast Track Project
Fields Estimated Reserves (Bcm) Production Potential (mmscf/day) Producing Wells Production Capacity (mmscf/day) Producing Wells Producing Wells
Fields Estimated Reserves (Bcm) Production Potential (mmscf/day) Producing Wells Production Capacity (mmscf/day) Existing Drilling
Mansuria 90 110 300 15 50 4 0
Kormor 50 70 200 6 0 0 0
Jeria Pika 25 45 100 6 50 1 2
Khashm Ahmer 40 60 200 16 50 1 3
Chemchemal 50 70 200 12 (H) 50 1 3 (H)
Akkas 120 130 400 14 50 6 0
Siba 20 35 125 10 0 0 0
21
Gas Balance Forecast 6 mmbbl/day Crude
Fertiliser
Export
Associated Gas 5000 mmscf/day
Surplus Gas 1400 2800 mmscf/day
Free Gas 1925 mmscf/day
GTL
Petrochemicals
Estimated Consumption 4100 mmscf/day 1425
mmscf/day Gas Injection (if deemed necessary, TBC)
22
Conclusion
  • Iraq needs an Integrated Energy Masterplan in
    addition to Gas Masterplan
  • Reducing Gas Flaring for Power Generation
  • Maximising Liquid Recovery to enable LPG /
    Condensate Export
  • Gas Fields Development in Two stages,
  • Early Production Projects for power generation
    and localised consumption
  • Full Development Jointly with International
    Companies
  • Techno-Economic Studies to evaluate the Surplus
    Gas for
  • Further Domestic Needs,
  • Petrochemical, GTL, Fertiliser,
  • Export
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