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Oman LNG debottlenecking yields results

Oman’s thriving gas sector is set to receive a further boost to both upstream and downstream investment

Debottlenecking will enable Oman LNG (OLNG) to increase production from its plant at Qalhat from almost 11mn t/yr to 12mn t/yr by 2021, the firm’s CEO Harib al-Kitani says, speaking on the sidelines of Petroleum Economist’s 2019 Awards ceremony in London.  “We started our regeneration journey about four years ago,” he says. “The debottlenecking project began last year, and this year we started reaping the benefits from it. At the end of next year, we will see production plateau at the new level.”  Oman’s energy sector is rooted in oil, with Petroleum Development Oman (PDO) responsible for around 70pc of output that currently totals 970,000bl/d, in line with the Opec+ agreement. PDO is owne



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