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Al-Durra gas field is a joint gas field in the offshore area between the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and Kuwait, and Iran has been fighting to obtain a part of it, due to its border location. The field is considered a reservoir for gas production, but its location, which is located in a border area, has disrupted its production since the date of its exploration in the sixties of the twentieth century. On March 21, 2022, Kuwait and Saudi Arabia signed an agreement to develop the field with a capacity of 1 billion cubic feet and 84,000 barrels of condensate per day.