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Innovative Treatment Plant Awarded to Zulal Water Technology for Libya’s Challenging Dahra Field

BySamantha Jones

Apr 20, 2024
Waha Oil awards Zulal Water Technology contract for 900m³ drinking water treatment plant

Libya’s Waha Oil Company (WOC) has recently awarded Zulal Water Technology (ZWT) an Engineering, Procurement, Installation & Commissioning (EPIC) contract to build a drinking water treatment plant at Dahra Oil Field. The plant will have a design capacity of 900m³/day and an operational capacity of 600m³/day.

The new plant is necessary for Dahra field as they currently lack a water treatment facility. The water at Dahra Field is particularly challenging to treat due to high salinity levels (TDS > 21000ppm) comparable to sea water, as well as high levels of H2S and iron. This project requires significant technical expertise and is highly specialized.

ZWT underwent a competitive procurement process and detailed technical evaluation by Waha before being awarded the contract. The project will be completed on a full turnkey basis, including pre-treatment, H2S degassing, iron and colloids removal, RO desalination, post-treatment, and the supply of dosing chemicals.

Iftikhar ul Haq, Director of ZWT, emphasized the difficulty of designing a suitable plant for the unique challenges of Dahra well-water but expressed confidence in their team’s ability to provide an optimal solution. ZWT has over 35 years of experience in completing over 100 water treatment projects in Libya and showcases their expertise in the field.

By Samantha Jones

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