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Main Tripoli Headquarters: -


This is the main office directly responsible for all the Exploration, Engineering, Production,maintenance, IT, HSE activities and has all the other conventional supportive departments required to run such a company and sustain the complex operations of this company. Akakus’s main office is situated in the capital city of Tripoli.  



National Concession NC-115: –


The primary Concession initially developed by Akakus (formerly Repsol Oil Operations) and is comprised of the Main Gas Oil Separation Plant, GOSP “A” and two other smaller GOSP’s “B” and “H”. This concession is the backbone of the field operations where all control and monitoring is done. The main Central Complex, Airport, warehouses, workshops and other supporting facilities are in this concession.



National Concession NC-186:-


This is the recently developed concession and is comprised of the main GOSP “A” and the minor gathering satellite stations GS “B”, “D”, “H”, “J” and “K”. All these facilities are interconnected by a network of trunk-lines for facilitating oil movement and water injection mechanisms around the fields. The “I/R” development project, which is currently ongoing, is distributed among these two concession due to the physical existence of the oil reservoir shared among the two concessions.


Hamada Pumping Station: -


This is a small pumping station, consisting of seven powerful pumps, required to overcome the drag effect and elevation difference of the long pipeline in order to transport the crude all the way from El-Sharara to the costal Zawia Terminal. It is worth mentioning here that Akakus Oil Operations was the first company in Libya to strive for improving its pipeline efficiency by employing a special chemical termed DRA (Drag Reducing agent) to ease the flow of oil in the long pipeline and increase transport capability.


The Zawia Tank Farm (Terminal):-


The final destination of the El-Sharara crude where it is stock stored in nine (9) 300,000 Barrel capacity tanks, custody metered and lifted to the different tankers. All mooring facilities are handled by the Zawia Refinery. A substantial portion of this crude is directed to the local Zawia Refinery for breaking down (refining) and using the byproducts within the local market.