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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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$10b Needed for Iran Gas Export to Europe
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 16 August 2015

At least 10 billion dollars in investments is needed for Iran to export its gas to European customers, director of international affairs at National Iranian Gas Company said...

At least 10 billion dollars in investments is needed for Iran to export its gas to European customers, director of international affairs at National Iranian Gas Company said.
Azizollah Ramezani said so far nothing special with regards to construction of gas pipelines to Europe from Iran has happened, underlining that the two sides must reach understandings for developing new gas projects, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
“The studies conducted by the European Parliament indicate that Iran has potential to export 25 to 30 billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas per year to Europe,” Ramezani added.
He said the study also shows that 12 countries can provide Europe with gas, adding that Iran is the best choice for the green continent among other candidates for gas exports.

“The Europeans are seeking to diversity sources of energy supply in the Green Continent and after developing new phases of South Pars gas field Iran will have good potential for enhanced gas exports and it could be connected to the European gas network via eight routes,” Ramezani said.

Ramezani added that the EU supplies 22 to 23% of its energy needs by natural gas.  

 
Iran Resumes Gas Export to Turkey
Written by nigc   
Sunday, 16 August 2015

Irans natural gas exports to Turkey has resumed after the pipeline was repaired and Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corporation expressed its preparedness to receive Irans gas...

Iran's natural gas exports to Turkey has resumed after the pipeline was repaired and  Botas Petroleum Pipeline Corporation expressed its preparedness to receive Iran's gas.

Director of dispatching at the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), Manouchehr Taheri said natural gas export to Turkey resumed at 8:00 p.m. local time on Sunday after the pipeline was repaired.

According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, Iran is exporting 20 million cubic meters of gas to Turkey after the Turkish side expressed readiness for that.

According the 25-year agreement between the two countries, Iran is obliged to supply Turkey with annually 10 billion cubic meters of natural gas.

 
Oman Gas Deal Nearly Finalized
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

The Islamic Republic of Iran and Oman have launched a new round of talks for finalizing the operations of transporting gas to Oman...

The Islamic Republic of Iran and Oman have launched a new round of talks for finalizing the operations of transporting gas to Oman.

“Currently, the Iranian adviser for studying (the subsea section of) the pipeline for 200 kilometers from Kuh-e Mubarak to Oman’s Sohar port has been chosen,” managing-director of National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC), Ali-Reza Kameli said, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.

He said the pipeline project will be implemented in two phases, adding that “the onshore part of the project will run for about 200 km from Rudan region to Kuh-e Mobarak [both in Iran], while the undersea part, will travel for almost another 200 km to connect Kuh-e Mobarak to Oman’s Sohar port.”

“According to the plan, engineering studies in both the offshore and onshore sections will be carried out simultaneously in order to prevent any disruption during its implementation,” Kameli said.

Iran agreed in 2013 to export 28 million cubic meters (MMcm) of gas per day to Oman through a subsea pipeline for 15 years.

“Currently, many countries have voiced readiness to invest in our upstream and downstream gas sector and are seriously pushing for imports of the Iranian gas,” Kameli added. 

 
Gas Injection to Sarajeh Facility Hits 890 MMcm
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

Nearly 890 million cubic meters (MMcm) of natural gas has been injected to Sarajeh gas storage facility, Director of Gas Transmission Operation (District 3) Houshang Mehrdadfar said...

Nearly 890 million cubic meters (MMcm) of natural gas has been injected to Sarajeh gas storage facility, Director of Gas Transmission Operation (District 3) Houshang Mehrdadfar said.

He told the facility is fed by 4 MMcm/d of gas to be used during winter, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
Injection of 1.3 bcm of natural gas is aimed at the facility before winter, Mehrdadfar added.
He said during the last cold season, the facility was tapped for nearly 1.2 bcm of gas to be fed to the national gas trunklines.
The facility's turbo-compressors can handle injection of up to 10 MMcm of gas on a daily basis, the official said. 
Sarajeh gas storage facility can store up to 1.5 bcm in its first phase and can hold 3.3 bcm of gas in its second phase.
The facility is built near the national gas trunkline to feed it during winter when consumption soars.
The storage facility is located 40 kilometers southeast of the holy city of Qom and 140 kilometers from Tehran.

 
New Delhi to seek revival of Iran-Pak-India gas pipeline
Written by nigc   
Wednesday, 05 August 2015

India is set to push for the proposed $7-billion gas pipeline from Iran via Pakistan, seeking to grab the opportunity presented by the nuclear deal...

India is set to push for the proposed $7-billion gas pipeline from Iran via Pakistan, seeking to grab the opportunity presented by the nuclear deal.
“A senior oil ministry official will lead a delegation of oil industry executives shortly to Iran to press for India's interest in revival of the pipeline project that was put on the back burner for years as well as developing the Farzad-B block,” the Economic Times reported.

Iran has already built its share of the pipeline on its own soil and is waiting for the Pakistani side of the pipeline to be constructed.

Energy-hungry India wants to resurrect the project that was stalled for years. 

 
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