Iran's Gas Supply Capacity Rises to 1 Billion cm/d

As SP phases develop, output rises. Infrastructure to transfer gas across the country should also expand so that the gas can be either exported or converted into value-added products like electricity
Iran's Gas Supply Capacity Rises to 1 Billion cm/dIran's Gas Supply Capacity Rises to 1 Billion cm/d

Natural gas transfer capacity has increased by 150 million cubic meters a day in the last four months, director of dispatching at the National Iranian Gas Company said.
“The gas network has the capacity to supply one billion cubic meters of gas (on a daily basis) to households, industries and power plants. This is up 18% compared to January when it was 800,000 mcm/d,” IRNA quoted Mehdi Jamshidi Dana as saying.
Pipe laying work to link the South Pars Gas Field onshore refineries in Asalouyeh to Iran Gas Trunkline (IGAT) has been carried out over the past three years and is near completion, he said.
Referring to the ninth Iran Gas Trunkline (IGAT-9), Jamshidi Dana noted that it was the least developed pipeline in 2018, but is complete now.


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