Gas Production

Duran Petroleum prioritizes gas production and supply while also increasing processing capacity and generating energy at its own power plants. Duran Petroleum employs cutting-edge technology in all of its sectors to ensure peak performance of connected petroleum gas consumption. A comprehensive gas collection and utilization system must include the processing of related petroleum gas. The Company’s gas processing plant is a modern facility that can produce both dry stripped gas and liquid hydrocarbons, both of which are widely used in Uzbekistan’s industry and trade. The products of the company are of high quality and comply with state and Customs Union technical standards.

Duran Petroleum pioneered the integrated approach to gas processing expansion in 2022 by establishing the Gas Processing Division (UPG). Duran Petroleum will ship 1.3 million cubic meters of natural gas, LPG, and dry stripped gas in 2023, accounting for 12% of total gas shipments with 2 million cubic meters sold. Due to increased gas production, international gas sales increased by 3% year on year to 2 million cubic meters.

According to current plans, full LPG processing will begin in the first half of 2022. The delivery of propane and butane to the company’s various clients will begin at the same time. 160,000 tonnes of LPG will be exported in the first year, with the majority of it delivered by railroad to both international and domestic markets. In the near future, cheaper gasoline and a more optimistic attitude in the local mobility industry will benefit drivers and public transportation riders. The displacement of gasoline and diesel fuel in river vessels is another significant possibility for the LPG industry.

Natural gas and natural gas liquids are processed at three gas processing plants (GPPs) in Tashkent, as well as the Refinery petrochemical complex on Uzbekistan territory. At the refinery’s gas processing plants, associated petroleum gas is converted into liquid hydrocarbons and marketable gas. Despite the desire of both oil and gas companies to construct gas infrastructure in East Tashkent, significant challenges remain. Duran Petroleum, for example, has spent more than six years developing this niche market.

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