The platform is an important element in the overall scope of the Zora project, the aim of which is to extract the reserves from the Zora field through an offshore facility and to transport the reserves via a 35-kilometre subsea pipeline to an onshore gas processing facility. The facility will be located in Sharjah onshore area.
The contract with Adyard was signed at the Sharjah Petroleum Council in the presence of Shaikh Mohamed bin Ahmed Al Qasimi, Director General Chairman’s Office of Sharjah Petroleum Council, Waleed Deemas, Secretary General of the Sharjah Petroleum Council, Marwan Al Ali, Representative of Ajman Government and Rashid Al Jarwan, Executive Director of Dana Gas and other Government representatives and company seniors from both Dana Gas and Adyard.
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