Mustang Snags FEED Contract for Belinda Development
Mustang, part of international energy services company John Wood Group, has been selected by Noble Energy to perform front-end engineering design (FEED) for the Belinda project in Block "O," which is located in approximately 243 feet (74 meters) of water offshore Equatorial Guinea. The scope of the FEED includes the design of both the jacket and topsides of the facility, which will process gas condensate. The Belinda project is being designed as a gas cycling project designed to strip condensate from the field and re-inject the gas for future sales.
Mustang looks forward to providing innovative cost savings approach to the project, along with an industry-leading position in gas processing and successful track record of West African projects.
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