The Falah oil field was discovered in 1972 and began production in 1978. The Falah field consists of four platforms.
Falah production is exported to South West Fateh for processing where it receives water injection, gas lift, and fuel gas from South West Fateh.
The Falah field is connected to other platforms by subsea lift gas, water injection, multiphase pipelines and is powered by underwater cabling.
The Falah field complex contains multiple production wells and can perform gas and liquid separation, lift gas compression, sea water injection and oil transfer.
We currently operate nine underwater production and utility pipelines, including multiple transfer pipelines between Falah and South West Fateh fields.