Aside from the Al Furat Petroleum Company (AFPC), the following joint ventures operate in Syria:
Al Bu Kamal Petroleum Company
Al Bu Kamal Petroleum Company is a joint venture between the Syrian General Petroleum Company (GPC) and Russian Tatneft. It began oil production in spring 2010 at the South Kisma field.
Deir Ez Zor Petroleum Company
Deir Ez Zor Petroleum Company (DEXPC)is a joint venture (JV) between the Syrian Petroleum Company (SPC) and Total. In 2008 the venture's production was at 30,000 barrels per day (bpd).
Hayan Company is a JV between the SPC and Croatian INA. The company was established in 2004, primarily for gas production.
AlKawKab is a JV between the SPC and CNPC. It was established in 2004 to develop the Kbaibah field through enhanced oil recovery methods. Production levels in 2008 were at around 12,000 bpd.
Audeh is a JV between the SPC and Dublin Energy (local subsidiary of Tanganyika Oil Company) and was established in 2008 for the development of the Audeh, Tishreen and Shakh Mansour fields. Production in 2008 was at around 15,000 bpd.
Dijlah is a JV between the SPC and Gulfsands Petroleum, established in 2008. Production in 2008 was at 10,000 bpd.
- ↑ "Tatneft halts oil production in Syria after Damascus blasts" RIA Novosti, 23 December 2011.
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Public Private Partnership" Ministry Of Petroleum & Mineral Resources, October 2009.
- ↑ "Syria - SPC Fields." AllBusiness, 29 March 2010.