Al-Hasakeh Governor discusses with Chinese CNPC Director General to cash 3 million $ granted by the Company for developing Projects in Province
Al-Hasakeh Governor Muatha Najeeb Salloum discussed with Dr. Pu Haing General Manager Chinese CNPC possibilities of increasing of the support offered by the Oil companies to contribute in the Province development as well as establishing many of service projects especially in the operation sites of the companies in al-Hasakeh.
Salloum highlighted the importance of the support offered by the Contract Service of oil Investment companies to contribute in development program s carried out by the local administrative councils to improve services offered to citizens in the areas of the companies.
Haing appreciated the facilities offered by the province to the company that contributed in increasing production and achieving more investment revenues indicated that the company’s board approved the 3 million $ grant which will be offered to the province during this year sum of it will be transfer to fund wastewater treatment plant in al-Shaddadi area and the rest of it will be paid during the operation phases of the project this year.
Chinese CNPC share with GPC by Kawkab Company where company produces about 14 thousand barrels per day and plans to increase production to 16 thousand barrels per day in the coming years by carrying out surveys in new areas. The Partnership was established years 2004 to increase the yield of oil and gas in the region Kbeba in the province of Hasaka.
company is currently debating with with the Syrian government for the construction of a refinery with production capacity of 100 thousand barrels per day in Deir al-Zour is expected to cost the refinery more than two billion dollars.
CNPC had acquired part of a Shell subsidiary in Syria, the latest move in its global quest to secure energy resources through a deal gives CNPC a 35 percent stake in Syria Shell Petroleum Development (SSPD), which was wholly owned by Royal Dutch Shell, the Chinese company. SSPD has interests in three production licences — Deir-Ez-Zor, Fourth Annex and Ash Sham, which are operated by the Al Furat Petroleum Company. Shell has a 31.25-percent stake in AFPC.
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