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The Ghana Gas Company is to test-run the gas processing plant at Atuabo by the end of August. This is expected to be followed by the introduction of the first gas from the Jubilee field to the facility.
The testing of the plant is to ensure the functionality and integrity of the gas processing facility which is about 99.7 per cent complete.
Dr Ben Asante, Director of operations at the Ghana Gas Company, said the project stood at 99.7 per cent complete, excluding offshore tie-in with Tullow oil and onshore tie-in with the VRA.
He revealed that the plant would produce 107 million cubic feet of lean gas per day, 500 tons of LPG per day, 80 tons of pentanes per day and 45 tons of condensates per day.
LPG to be produced from the plant as a by-product is about 75 per cent of the current national demand of 240,000 tons per year and the initial revenue of Ghana Gas is estimated at $0.5 billion per year.
Dr Asante said the gas processing plant would provide reliable supply of gas for power generation equivalent to about 550mW for the initial 120 million cubic feet of gas per day.
From emmanuel Opoku, Atuabo
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