South Pars Phase Eleven Offshore Drilling to Start

When fully operational, the phase will produce 56.6 million cubic meters of gas per day plus 75,000 barrels of gas condensate. Gas will be transferred to onshore refineries in Asalouyeh and Kangan in Bushehr Province
South Pars Phase Eleven Offshore Drilling to Start
South Pars Phase Eleven Offshore Drilling to Start

Offshore drilling operations in the South Pars Gas Field Phase 11 off the Persian Gulf will start soon, the head of Mapna Drilling Company, a subsidiary of Mapna Group—Iran's top engineering and energy firm—said.
“The drilling rig MD-1 is moving towards SP 11 location near the Iran-Qatar sea border in the Persian Gulf and work is expected to commence in three days,” Fazel Jamalzadeh was quoted as saying by ISNA.
Drilling will be carried out in two phases, he said, and added that the first phase entails digging four horizontal and one vertical well, all of which will be connected to the first wellhead jacket installed recently.
“Installation of the first wellhead jacket of SP 11 is over and 12 wells will be drilled in two phases.”


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