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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 Present IPC for oil & gas projects
Written by nigc   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015

The Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zangeneh says the country is prepared to present the new contract model...

The Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zangeneh says the country is prepared to present the new contract model.

During a Monday meeting with members of a German business delegation in Tehran, Iranian Petroleum Minister said Iran's natural gas output will hit 1000 MMcm/d within the next three years while its crude oil production will reach a targeted 4.7mb/d in the near future, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

Zanganeh expressed hope that German companies will enter into petroleum projects in Iran once Iran Petroleum Contract is introduced.
"Iran will cooperate with German companies for funding projects in the petrochemical, refining, storage, energy optimization and renewable energies sectors," said Zangeneh in the meeting.
"We are not merely targeting major German companies in our plans; rather we are also focusing on small and medium companies for completing projects in Iran," said the top Iranian official.
He also advised German firms to register and run EPC as well as vendor companies in Iran to operate shoulder to shoulder with Iranian firms.
Zangeneh further underlined Iran's magnificent potentialities in the region, saying that German firms shall not limit their focus on the Iranian market only; besides "they can take advantage of Iran's influence in the region."
The Iranian official said banking and insurance issues must be resolved between Tehran and Berlin as soon as possible, for the two countries to enhance their cooperation in all sectors.

A delegation of representatives from top German companies and industrial groups headed by Germany’s Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel arrived in Tehran on Sunday to hold talks with senior Iranian officials in a bid to boost trade between Tehran and Berlin.

 
BOT Contract Signed for IGAT-6 Completion
Written by nigc   
Tuesday, 28 July 2015

Iran’s Gas Engineering and Development Company (IGEDC) has signed a BOT (build-operate-transfer) contract with Pasargad Energy Development Company (PEDC) for completion of Iran Gas Trunkline-6 (IGAT-6) aiming to reach Iranian gas to Iraq...

Iran’s Gas Engineering and Development Company (IGEDC) has signed a BOT (build-operate-transfer) contract with Pasargad Energy Development Company (PEDC) for completion of Iran Gas Trunkline-6 (IGAT-6) aiming to reach Iranian gas to Iraq.
According to the report of the public relations of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), the contract includes building 590 kilometers of pipeline up to the border with Iraq in addition to five gas compressor stations on its way in two years.
The construction of the second section of the pipeline would be also of help in sustained gas delivery to western and northwestern Iran, said IGEDC managing director Ali-Reza Gharibi.
The project is estimated to cost $2.3 billion, and is among the top priorities of IGEDC in the current calendar year to March 2016, said the official.
Some 620 kilometers of the 6th cross-country gas pipeline, extending from Assalouyeh to Ahwaz in southwest of the country has already come on stream, Gharibi added.
 

 
Iran in talks to have gas liquefaction vessels at Persian Gulf
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 12 July 2015

Iran is holding talks with a giant FLNG vessels producer to have FLNG ships at the Persian Gulf, managing director of National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC), Alireza Kameli said...

Iran is holding talks with a giant FLNG vessels producer to have FLNG ships at the Persian Gulf, managing director of National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC), Alireza Kameli said.

FLNG (floating liquefied natural gas) vessels are ships that turn natural gas into LNG, Kameli added.

Due to the high economic efficiency of these ships, Iran is moving toward using FLNG vessels, he said, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

Kameli noted that NIGEC is seeking LNG projects in the country as well while keeping an eye on FLNG projects.

He also said that Iran is holding preliminary talks with 170 foreign companies for gas export.

 
Iran Ready to Build Gas Networks Abroad
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 28 June 2015

Irans deputy petroleum minister and the managing director of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) says the country is capable of designing and building gas distribution networks in other countries...

Iran's deputy petroleum minister and the managing director of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) says the country is capable of designing and building gas distribution networks in other countries.

“NIGC is capable of designing and building gas distribution networks in other countries and supply all necessary equipment in this regard,” Hamidreza Araqi said, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

He also pointed to NIGC’s accomplishments during the past three decades and said the company is ready to share its technical expertise with other countries.
Araqi said that NIGC’s activities have not been limited to domestic gas supply, adding that the company has become self-reliant in manufacturing commodities and bringing about constructive competition.
He noted that NIGC is currently active in gas supply without any dependence on foreign companies. He said Iranian companies and industrialists are providing all necessary equipment.

 
Irans Daily Gas Exports to Hit 200 MMcm in 4 Years
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 24 June 2015

Development of new phases of South Pars gas field would allow export of 200 MMcm/d of gas in four years, director for international affairs of National Iranian Gas Company said...

Development of new phases of South Pars gas field would allow export of 200 MMcm/d of gas in four years, director for international affairs of National Iranian Gas Company said.
“We are currently in talks and making plans for this enhanced production,” Azizollah Ramezani said, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
He added that Iran would be exporting 200 MMcm/d of gas to neighboring countries.
Pointing to the talks with some neighboring countries on gas exports, he said, "We have been holding talks with Afghanistan since last year, which will also continue this year and we hope that they would yield results soon."
He added that Afghanistan is not yet ready to receive gas.
As the largest natural gas reserve holder in the world, Iran is capable of annually exporting 25 billion to 30 billion cubic meters of gas to European countries.
It’s worth mentioning that Iran currently handles 1.5 percent of global gas trade, which figure will increase to 10 percent by 2025.

 
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