Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) announced on 17 September that the second phase of its Jurassic Gas Project has been completed. As a result the country’s non-associated gas output has hit 500mn cfd, while condensate is up to 175,000 b/d as a result.

Executive Vice President of Exploration and Gas at KOC Manahi al-Enazi told the Kuna state news agency that the project’s third and final early production facility (EPF) has now been completed. Each EPF has capacity to produce 104mn cfd gas and 40,000 b/d condensate from the Raudhatain, Umm Niqa and Sabriya fields. (CONTINUED - 966 WORDS)