The company also plans to expand its Tanajib onshore oil facilities and construct a new gas plant, to include gas treatment and processing, NGL recovery and fractionation, and gas compression facilities. A cogeneration facility will be developed, in addition to a water desalination facility and new transfer pipelines.
The Marjan increment program is an integrated development project for oil, associated gas, non-associated gas and cap gas from the Marjan offshore field.
Media contact information
The program includes a new water injection facility, two drilling islands, 11 oil and water offshore platforms and 9 onshore oil production and water supply drill sites.
The projects are expected to create thousands of direct and indirect jobs, supporting Saudi Aramco’s efforts to localize and create new job opportunities.
Contractors working on these projects are required to maximize the procurement of material and equipment from local suppliers and manufacturers to help achieve Saudi Aramco’s In-Kingdom Total Value Add Program (IKTVA) goals, which aim to increase the company’s locally-sourced goods and services to 70 percent by 2021.
The offshore oilfield development project aims to increase the Marjan Field production by 300 MBCD of Arabian Medium Crude Oil, process 2.5 BSCFD of gas, and produce an additional 360 MBCD of C2+NGL.
More than 90 companies and institutions were invited to bid on the packages, and 16 Saudi and international companies were chosen in the fields of engineering, supply and construction. Saudi companies make up 50 percent of the awarded contracts and they are high- caliber firms that have proven their ability to handle complex projects.
This development program includes a new offshore gas oil separation plant, and 24 offshore oil, gas and water injection platforms.
Saudi Aramco awards contracts valued at $18 billion to increase Marjan and Berri oilfields’ production capacity 50 percent of contracts are being awarded to Saudi Arabian companies,
Both the Well Proven Collection and Table 1/7 resulted from this research.
The world’s population is growing, and so is the demand for food. New technologies make farming more efficient, but require considerable amounts of energy. What if we could tackle both our world’s energy and food problems? What if we can harvest both electricity and food within one system using the power of the sun?
This research hopes to contribute towards the energy transition in the agricultural sector. The solar glass powers a hydroponic system, which pumps around nutrient water, saving up to 90% of water usage compared to traditional soil farming. In addition to sunlight, coloured LED lights enhance plant growth, increasing the yield by up to 4 times.
Research to the 21st Century greenhouse, using modern technologies.
Marjan van Aubel (born 1985, the Netherlands) is an award-winning solar designer whose innovative practice spans the fields of sustainability, design and technology.
Foaming expanding porcelain
At Caventou, we are redefining solar technology by rethinking our relationship with energy and the objects that use it.
Power Plant is a greenhouse that uses transparent solar glass to power it’s indoor climate; harvesting both food and electricity to grow the plants of the future, using the power of design. By placing Power Plant onto rooftops we can reduce food miles by growing food to supply directly on the place we need it.
As an energy pioneer, van Aubel works in collaboration with scientists, engineers and institutions to promote extreme efficiency through design
Marjan van Aubel Marjan van Aubel (born 1985, the Netherlands) is an award-winning solar designer whose innovative practice spans the fields of sustainability, design and technology. As an