We are ADNOC’s gas processing arm and operate one of the world’s largest gas processing plants, which has a capacity of 8 billion standard cubic feet per day.
Established in 1978 through a 30-year joint venture agreement between ADNOC (68%), Shell (15%), TotalEnergies (15%) and PPTEP (2%), ADNOC Gas Processing’s first plant opened in 1981. The agreement was renewed in 2008 for an additional 20 years, and includes the Asab 0, Bab and Buhasa plants, with ADNOC being the sole shareholder of the Asab 1 and 2, Habshan Complex, and Ruwais plants.
We process gas from onshore and offshore sources, and produce a range of products including methane, ethane, propane, butane, paraffinic naphtha, condensates and sulphur.
Every day we deliver around 5,000 MMSCF of sales gas, 11,000 tonnes of ethane, and 200,000 barrels of condensate. Additionally, more than 35,000 tonnes of propane, butane, and naphtha. These products fuel the nation’s industries, supporting the manufacture of aluminium, cement, steel, fertilizer, chemical feedstock, water and electricity.
Today, we play a strategic role in ADNOC and the UAE hydrocarbon value chain, which makes us a vital enabler of industrial and economic progress. Gas yields substantial revenues from exports and is key for domestic electricity generation and water desalination.
Ahmed Mohamed Al Abri,
A/CEO, ADNOC Gas Processing