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This zone was established in 1990 as one of the subsidiaries of Iranian Gas transmission Company in order to maintain and operate gas transmission facilities (including pipelines and gas compressor stations) in Gilan, Ardabil, East Azarbaijan, West Azarbaijan, provinces and parts of Zanjan and Kordestan provinces and also for gas export to neighbor countries such as Turkey, Armenia and Nakhjavan .Gas transmission operational zone 8 is active in three main below parts.
 
 
 
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Iran ready to export gas to Iraq in less than a month
Written by nigc   
Saturday, 22 August 2015

A senior gas official said that a pipeline which transfers Iran’s gas to Iraq will become operational in less than a month...

A senior gas official said that a pipeline which transfers Iran’s gas to Iraq will become operational in less than a month.
Azizollah Ramezani, the director for international affairs department of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), said the draft agreement for export Iran’s natural gas to neighboring Iraq has been finalized after four days of discussions between the Iranian and Iraqi expert teams.
According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, he said that Iran's gas export to Iraq will start at 4 million cubic meters per day (MMcm/d) which is scheduled to reach 25 MMcm/d.
According to Ramezani, the Iraqi delegation, comprised of energy ministry officials, held technical sessions with Iranian gas experts to discuss operational issues, including the method of delivery and qualitative and quantitative measurements.
Ramezani said offering technical, financial and executive training to Iraqi manpower was also discussed during the talks and agreements were reached in this regard.
 

 
Iran Targets 45 Oil and Gas Projects in Plan to Boost Output
Written by nigc   
Saturday, 22 August 2015

Iran has selected 45 oil and gas projects to show international companies at a conference in London in December when new oil contract models will be discussed...

Iran has selected 45 oil and gas projects to show international companies at a conference in London in December when new oil contract models will be discussed.
“The projects, including oil and gas exploration, will be discusSsed along with details of a new oil contract model at the Dec. 14-16 conference,” Mehdi Hosseini, head of Petroleum Ministry Oil Contracts Revision Committee told Bloomberg in Tehran.
 “Iran hopes to boost crude production to 5.7 million barrels a day,” he added.
The country's output was 2.85 million barrels a day in July, according to estimates compiled by Bloomberg.
 “We will define projects in the oil and gas sector as much as feasible and necessary since we believe this sector will bring wealth and economic development,” Hosseini said.
 “As far as this conference is concerned, we have defined around 45 projects which include exploratory blocks at varying development costs.”
Iran may give companies two to three months to decide whether to bid on the projects, he said. “The exact length will be decided by the time of the conference.” Shortly after that, Iran will call for bids, he said.
“We consulted with almost all medium and major oil companies over our contractual contents and projects. And the feedbacks have been positive,” he said.
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SPGC to Supply 75 percent of Iran Gas Needs
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 16 August 2015

South Pars Gas Complex will be able to supply 75 percent of the countrys need for natural gas once it is fully developed, SPGC chief says...

South Pars Gas Complex will be able to supply 75% of the country's need for natural gas once it is fully developed, SPGC chief says.
Addressing a conference on Wednesday, Masoud Hassani said SPGC will add three more refineries to its refinery fleet by the calendar year-end, March 20 2016.
According to the report of the public relations of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), he said the company is Iran's biggest refinery complex fed by the gas supplied from South Pars phases. It currently contributes to the supply of 54% of the country's gas needs.
Hassani said plans are under way to raise the number of SPGC refineries to 14 in the coming years.

 
Tehran, Baku Discuss Expansion of Energy Ties
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 16 August 2015

Irans deputy oil minister for international affairs and trade says the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan plan to expand their cooperation in oil and gas sectors under new international conditions...

Iran's deputy oil minister for international affairs and trade says the Islamic Republic of Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan plan to expand their cooperation in oil and gas sectors under new international conditions.

Amir Hossein Zamaninia made the remarks following a meeting between Iran's Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh and Azerbaijan’s Minister of Economic Development Shahin Mustafayev in Tehran on Tuesday, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

The two sides discussed boosting of industrial cooperation for construction of oil equipment, swap of oil and export of natural gas, said Zamaninia.
The two sides also indicated interest in boosting oil and gas cooperation in the Caspian Sea.
"The highlights of the meeting will be followed up on in the expert level," he added.

 
Pipeline taking Irans gas to Iraq ready in 20 days
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 16 August 2015

Managing director of the Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company says a pipeline that will take Irans gas to Iraq will become operational by the end of the current Iranian month (ends August 22)...

Managing director of the Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company says a pipeline that will take Iran's gas to Iraq will become operational by the end of the current Iranian month (ends August 22).

Alireza Gharibi said testing 100 kilometers of the pipeline has come to an end and the pipeline will be ready to transfer Iran's natural gas to its western neighbor in 20 days, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

“At present, we are discharging water from the pipeline and after a few final tests, which will take to the end of this month, the pipeline will be ready for exports,” he added.

Gharibi stated that in the first phase of its operations, the pipeline will take a daily total of 5 million cubic meters (MMcm) of gas to Iraq and the figure will rise after completion of the Sixth Iranian Gas Trunkline (IGAT-6).

“When the second section of the Sixth Iranian Gas Trunkline is completed by the end of the current Iranian year (ends on March 19, 2016) … it will be possible to export as much as 25 MMcm of gas per day to Iraq,” he added. 

 
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