Other Joint Ventures in Syria

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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.[1]

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).[2]

Hayan Company

Hayan Company is a JV between the SPC and Croatian INA. The company was established in 2004, primarily for gas production.[2]

AlKawKab Company

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.[2]

Audeh Company

Audeh is a JV between the SPC and Dublin Energy (local subsidiary of Tanganyika Oil Company)[3] 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.[2]

Dijlah Company

Dijlah is a JV between the SPC and Gulfsands Petroleum, established in 2008. Production in 2008 was at 10,000 bpd.[2]

References

  1. "Tatneft halts oil production in Syria after Damascus blasts" RIA Novosti, 23 December 2011.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 "Public Private Partnership" Ministry Of Petroleum & Mineral Resources, October 2009.
  3. "Syria - SPC Fields." AllBusiness, 29 March 2010.