Ilam’s NGL Pilot Project Underway

As soon as the NGL project comes on stream, 1,170 barrels of gas condensates, 2 mcm of sweet gas and 3 mcm of sour gas will be produced per day
Ilam’s NGL Pilot Project Underway
Ilam’s NGL Pilot Project Underway

To underpin the sustainable supply of feedstock to petrochemical plants in Ilam Province, the delayed Dehloran natural gas liquid (NGL 3100) project has entered the pilot phase and the facility is expected to become fully operational by March 2023, the Oil Industries, Engineering and Construction Company's (OIEC) managing director said.
“All heavy equipment, including compressors, transformers, demethanizer towers and utility units, are in place and much-needed storage tanks are being installed,” Mohammad Javad Shams was also quoted as saying by the Oil Ministry’s news website.
NGL 3100 will collect and process associated petroleum gas from oilfields in Ilam and Dezful, and is supposed to be fed with as much as 6 million cubic meters of gas per day, he added.
The official noted that the much-needed feedstock for NGL 3100 is supplied with the help of four gas pressure regulating and metering stations in Ilam Province. 


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