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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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SPGC Condensate Output at 0.5mb/d
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Managing director of South Pars Gas Complex says it produces 500,000 barrels of gas condensate on a daily basis...

Managing director of South Pars Gas Complex says it produces 500,000 barrels of gas condensate on a daily basis.

Masoud Hassani said the gas field contributes 54% of the country's gas needs with a gas output that is equal to 2.1m barrels/day of crude oil, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

This is while British Petroleum (BP) produces only 2.5mb/d of crude oil by operating in 26 countries, said Hassani.
The official also underlined the variety of products recovered from South Pars. Besides natural gas, propane, butane, ethane, sulfur and gas condensate are recovered from the field.

 
Iran Ready to Export Turkmen Gas, Oil
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Iran is willing to jointly export Turkmen oil and gas instead of playing as a transit route for Ashgabat only, an advisor to Iranian petroleum minister said...

Iran is willing to jointly export Turkmen oil and gas instead of playing as a transit route for Ashgabat only, an advisor to Iranian petroleum minister said.

"We favor sustainable economic relations with Turkmenistan and have devised numerous work plans for expanding infrastructures in the country," said Mohammad-Taghi Amanpour during a Sunday evening business conference here in Tehran, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
"Turkmenistan seems to prefer to export commodities like oil, gas and other energy carriers through Iran… However, we offer joint exports with the country instead of only transiting [its goods]. This would cover all the two countries' needs and expectations," said the top advisor.
He said Iranian petroleum ministry endorses Iranian companies that launch factories in neighboring Turkmenistan because it would lead to promotion of industrial infrastructures in both countries.
"The petroleum ministry supports those Iranian companies that can offer services and products to their Turkmen opposite numbers or run joint ventures with them to expand their activities," added Amanpour.

 
Iran set for gas exports to Iraq
Written by nigc   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015

A 100-km pipeline envisaged to transport Irans natural gas to Iraqi border is being prepared for startup in the near future, managing director of Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company said...

A 100-km pipeline envisaged to transport Iran's natural gas to Iraqi border is being prepared for startup in the near future, managing director of Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company said.

According to the report of the public relations of the National Iranian Gas Company, Alireza Gharibi said the pipeline will be operational once the final tests are completed and will begin with the transport of 5 million cubic meters (MMcm) of Iranian natural gas.
“After the end of cleaning and calibration pigging, 100 kilometers (Iran’s section) of the pipeline will become operational,” the official said.
He added that the pipeline, 48 inches in diameter, will be linked to Iran’s gas trunklines (IGATs) to deliver natural gas from Iran to Iraq.
Iran has agreed to export 25 million cubic meters (MMcm) a day of gas to Iraq, but the gas delivery will start at 5 MMcm per day.

 
Iran Ready to Export Natural Gas to India
Written by nigc   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Iran is ready to sign an agreement with a major Indian company for the export of Iran’s natural gas to India, managing director of National Iranian Gas Exports Company Alireza Kameli said.

I ran is ready to sign an agreement with a major Indian company for the export of Iran’s natural gas to India, managing director of National Iranian Gas Exports Company Alireza Kameli said.

After India left the IP Gas Pipeline project, a consortium of some Indian companies headed by South Asia Gas Enterprise Pvt. Ltd. (SAGE) expressed willingness to import Iran's natural gas, Kameli told, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

He went on to say that the company is waiting for the termination of anti-Iran sanctions to fund the construction of underwater pipeline.

Kameli said officials from SAGE have repeatedly claimed that an underwater gas pipeline from Iran to India would only take three to four years to be completed.

An envisaged underwater gas pipeline from Iran to India will stretch 1400km which will be the world's longest such gas pipeline.

 
Tehran-Berlin Ties Bring ME Closer to Europe: Iran President
Written by nigc   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says closer ties between Iran and Germany can lead to more friendly relations between the Middle East states and Europe...

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says closer ties between Iran and Germany can lead to more friendly relations between the Middle East states and Europe.
Speaking at a Monday meeting with Germany’s Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel, Rouhani said Iran can become a production hub for the region and its neighbors, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
"Today, we believe that enhancing mutual ties between the two countries in economics and cultural grounds besides political fields can open up the path for closer relations," said Rouhani.
"Intimate Tehran-Berlin ties can bring the Middle East region closer to Europe; Iran can turn into the region's production hub given its sophisticated railway network," he added.
"It is illusory to believe that the International Atomic Energy Agency is the best means for ensuring confidence in the world; rather, mutual respect is more important than the agency in this regard," said the Iranian president.
"The best guarantee can be achieved only when countries begin to realize that relationships are very vital and influential in all sectors of economy, culture, society, politics and sciences," he added.
He reiterated Iran's compliance with its nuclear commitments provided that the other side observes its commitments with regard to the deal.
For his part, Gabriel, who is also Chancellor Merkel's deputy leader and energy minister, said developing business and economic ties between Iran and Germany is not a very difficult task.
The people of the two countries are highly skillful and have a strong tendency for advanced technologies; the current circumstances are unparalleled for boosting economic ties by the two countries, he said. 
 

 
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