PetroSA – GTL Processing Plant – Mozambique - Project Profile
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South African state-owned oil company PetroSA is planning to develop GTL Processing Plant with a production capacity of 40,000 barrels per day in Mozambique.
The project involves the construction of storage tanks and cooling chambers, the installation of equipment, and safety systems, and the laying of pipeline
The new plant foresee the use of new low-temperature Fischer-Tropsch technology, which would boost the share of diesel produced in the plant to 70 percent from 40 percent seen in other types of GTL technology.
Developer is in the process of negotiation with the government of Mozambique for further development in the project.
PetroSA has entered into a Joint Study Agreement with Petromoc and ENH for the joint evaluation of the gas-to-liquids project in Mozambique. The GTL plant concept is under consideration and a concept study has been concluded to support joint evaluation by PetroSA, ENH and Petromoc.
The concept study included plant includes the study of configuration and capacity, marketing, location selection, macroeconomic and project risk assessment studies.
Feasibility studies are underway.
Planning Authority: Government of Mozambique
Study Contractor: Petromoc, ENHScope
The project involves the construction of a gas to liquid processing plant with production capacity of 40, 000 barrels per day in Mozambique.
The US$4,000 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of a processing unit
2. Construction of storage tanks
3. Installation of equipment
4. Laying of pipeline
5. Installation of safety system
6. Construction of cooling chambers
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