Hasbah-Arabiyah is a producing conventional gas field located in shallow water in Saudi Arabia and is operated by Saudi Arabian Oil. The field is located in block Saudi Aramco Concession Area.

Field participation details

The field is owned by Saudi Arabian Oil.

Production from Hasbah-Arabiyah

The Hasbah-Arabiyah conventional gas field recovered 20.36% of its total recoverable reserves, with peak production expected in 2022. The peak production was approximately 2,893 Mmcfd of natural gas and 216.91 thousand bpd of natural gas liquids. Based on economic assumptions, production will continue until the field reaches its economic limit in 2052. The field currently accounts for approximately 5% of the country’s daily output.

Remaining recoverable reserves

The field is expected to recover 4,248.03 Mmboe, comprised of 19,524.45 bcf of natural gas reserves and 993.95 Mmbbl of natural gas liquid reserves. Hasbah-Arabiyah conventional gas field reserves accounts 1.45% of total remaining reserves of producing conventional gas fields globally.

About Saudi Arabian Oil

Saudi Arabian Oil Co (Saudi Aramco) is a state owned energy and chemical company. It carries out the exploration, production and processing of crude oil and natural gas, refining, fractionation of natural gas, production of petrochemicals, and distribution of petroleum products and natural gas. The company operates wholly-owned domestic refineries, and has interests in joint venture refineries with international partners. Saudi Aramco operates through a network of pipelines, bulk plants, air refueling sites and terminals. The company also operates power plants and associated transmission and distribution facilities in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. The company has subsidiaries and joint ventures across the Americas, Europe and other regions. Saudi Aramco is headquartered in Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia.


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