Qatargas 3 is a producing conventional gas field located in shallow water in Qatar and is operated by Qatargas Operating. The field is located in block Qatargas 3, with water depth of 151 feet.
Field participation details
The field is owned by Mitsui, ConocoPhillips and QatarEnergy.
Production from Qatargas 3
The Qatargas 3 conventional gas field recovered 42.87% of its total recoverable reserves, with peak production in 2014. The peak production was approximately 50 thousand bpd of crude oil and condensate, 26.67 thousand bpd of natural gas liquids and 1,247 Mmcfd of liquid natural gas. Based on economic assumptions, production will continue until the field reaches its economic limit in 2068. The field currently accounts for approximately 6% of the country’s daily output.
Remaining recoverable reserves
The field is expected to recover 1,474.44 Mmboe, comprised of 217.86 Mmbbl of crude oil & condensate, 6,467.45 bcf of liquid natural gas reserves and 178.67 Mmbbl of natural gas liquid reserves. Qatargas 3 conventional gas field reserves accounts 0.50% of total remaining reserves of producing conventional gas fields globally.
About Qatargas Operating
Qatargas Operating Co Ltd (Qatargas), a subsidiary of Qatar Petroleum, is a producer and supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG). The company refines crude oil and produces LNG from its gasification terminals. It also produces LNG, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), plant condensate, jet fuel naphtha, helium, gasoil and sulphur. It operates LNG trains, domestic sales gas production facilities, condensate refineries, helium production facilities, and jetty boil-off recovery facility. The company exports its products to Europe, Asia, Middle East, North and South American markets. It operates offices in China, Qatar, Japan, South Korea and Thailand. Qatargas is headquartered in Doha, Qatar.
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