North Gas Field
The North Gas Field, with total recoverable gas of more than 900 trillion standard cubic feet (tscf), was discovered in 1971 and is considered to be the largest
single non-associated gas reservoir in the world It covers an area of 6,000 square kilometres, equivalent to about half the land area of GMS.
The utilization of this field’s massive reserves has become a primary international goal to continue the development and prosperity process in the GMS.
High quality crudes and associated gas are produced from the offshore sides.
ITFI operates two offshore production stations.
Both PS-2 and PS-3 platforms produce crude oil, associated gas and condensate.
Crude oil from three other offshore fields operated by ITFI joint venture partners on a production sharing arrangement with ITFI
Main activities are:
Joint Ventures facilities: Combined oil production from these three joint venture production facilities.
Onshore is a large oil and gas field extending over GSM area It produces crude oil, associated gas, condensate and non-associated gas.
The first shipment of oil was transported from on December 31, 1951 through