Gazprom Neft Badra is the operator developing the Badra oil field located in Wasit Province in Eastern Iraq.
The history of Badra project started in December 2009 when the consortium of Russian «Gazprom Neft», South Korean «KOGAS», Malaysian «PETRONAS» and Turkish «TPAO» won the tender announced by Iraqi government.
The oilfield lies in Eastern Iraq at the border with Iran.
The top-managers of Gazprom Neft Badra have rich executive experience in international oil projects in Russia and abroad.
Royal Tulip Al-Rasheed – Hotel International Green Zone Yafa Street, 8070 Baghdad, Iraq Gazprom Neft Badra, Office 335-338
Gazprom Neft Badra is constantly monitoring the ecological situation around the project, arranging specialized ecological inspections of the oil field facilities on a regular basis.
The company strives to use the best practices dealing with health, safety and environment issues.
Traditionally, Gazprom Neft carries out social investment programs and implements projects aimed to improve the quality of life of the local people in the company habitat.
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Gazprom Neft Badra team consists of citizens of 24 states; the recruitment process is still going on. The Service Contract for the development of the field obliges the Company to recruit citizens of the Republic of Iraq.
Here you can find available vacancies in Gazprom Neft Badra.
Procurement policy of Gazprom Neft Badra is based on a system of internal standards for the procurement procedure management, based on efficiency, openness, transparency, competitiveness, fairness.
Here you can find the tenders announced by Gazprom Neft Badra.
Продукты и услуги
Разведка и добыча
Нефтесервис и геологоразведка
Dry feed gas, processed at the Badra field, is transported via a 100-kilometre pipeline to the Az-Zubaidiya power station, supplying electric power not just to provinces throughout Iraq, but also to the capital city of Bagdad. In addition to this, gas will be used to meet the Badra project’s own needs as fuel for the gas-turbine power plant. Five gas turbines are able to produce a total 123.5 MW of electric power, supplying oil and gas processing facilities, drilling rigs and oil-producing wells. A 10-MW overhead power line will soon begin feeding into the Gazprom Neft Badra accommodation complex, as well as into the town of Badra and neighbouring population centres.
Natural gas liquids (NGLs) produced at the Badra project’s gas processing plant will be used to produce LPG to be supplied to the Iraqi state-owned Gas Filling Company. The plant also includes facilities for sulphur production and granulation.
Alexander Dyukov, Gazprom Neft CEO, made the following comment at the official opening ceremony of the gas plant: “Gazprom Neft is continuing its development of the Badra field, in strict adherence to the field development plan. Today sees the full-cycle gas plant — built by our company using the most cutting-edge technologies available on the world market — going into commercial production. This is a unique enterprise for the region, at which Gazprom Neft has, since starting work, been able to monetize all of the hydrocarbons produced here, ensuring associated-petroleum-gas (APG) utilisation of at least 95 percent.”
Infographics: The Badra field. Gas infrastructure
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