Dutch oilfield services company Frames, in partnership with aQuaintance, has successfully completed the design and manufacturing of four solar powered chemical injection systems for the Kuwait Oil Company (KOC)’s Early Production Facility-50, reported World Oil. The chemical injection systems are designed to prevent hydrate formation for the first phase of development of the North Kuwait Jurassic Gas (NKJG) reservoirs.
The two companies were hired in June 2015 for the design and supply of the systems. The NKJG was first discovered in 1996.
The Kuwait-based Service provider Safwan Petroleum Technologies Company (SPETCO) was put in charge of designing, engineering, installing, commissioning, operating and maintaining the Early Production Facilities (EPF) for the Early Production Facility-50. SPETCO provides upstream services ranging from well testing, artificial lift, production facilities and tubular services.