Petroleum Minster notes Iran's extraction from South Pars to surpass Qatar for first time

Petroleum Minister said on Monday that by completing the phases of South Pars for the first time Iran's daily extraction from the joint South Pars gas field will exceed Qatar, adding that Iran's daily gas production from the field will reach about 790 million cubic meters in the face of Qatar’s 620 million cubic meters.

He added that the Ministry of Petroleum has also taken significant steps to build gas collection and combustion gas installations, utilizing the Bid Boland Plant, with an investment of about $3 billion and a production value of $1.9 billion a year, the 3200 NGL1 facility with an investment of about $1.25 billion and a production value of $1.3 billion annually, the 3100 NGL1 Dehloran facility with an investment of about $900 million and NGL Kharg solved the problem of burning  gas accompanying petroleum in refineries and in addition to using the gas for the production of the product, the environmental problems caused by the burning of these gases will be solved.

News Code 190814

Your Comment

You are replying to: .
5 + 11 =