Located in Sindh, Qadirpur ranks as the second largest gas field in Pakistan after Sui, with original recoverable reserves of about 4 Tcf.
The field was developed in three phases, increasing its capacity from the initial 235 MMscfd to 500 MMscfd. In 2008, the capacity was further enhanced to 600 MMscfd.
In order to maintain long-term sales gas supply, an interim compression project has been commissioned in 2010.
Purified gas from the field is supplied to SNGPL while raw gas and condensate is sold to Liberty Power and Pakistan Refinery Limited respectively. Besides, permeate gas is supplied to Engro Power Limited since March 2010. Currently QP-55 is in drilling stage.
|Recoverable Reserves||4,200 Bcf gas; 5.474 MMbbl NGL*|
|PPL Working Interest||7 percent|
|Other Partners||PPL; KUFPEC; PKPEL|
|Daily Average Production||373 MMscf gas; 517 bbl condensate**|
*1P (proven) reserves
**Daily production figures are averaged for 3 months from July 2015 to September 2015444433