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Petroiran's DCI Vying to Develop Oil, Gas Projects

DCI played a major role in conducting drilling projects, supplying drilling sets and providing production services in offshore Salman and Abouzar oil and gas fields in the Persian Gulf
Drilling Company International possesses two modern drilling rigs.Drilling Company International possesses two modern drilling rigs.

In line with efforts to fast-track the development of oil and gas fields, Drilling Company International is set to play a key role in the development of five massive hydrocarbon reserves, managing director of the company said.
"DCI, a subsidiary of Petroiran Development Company, has acquired extensive experience by joining hands with multinationals like Norway's Statoil, France's Total, Royal Dutch Shell and Italy's Eni," Fazel Jamalzadeh was quoted as saying by Shana, the National Iranian Oil Company's news agency. 
According to the official, DCI has submitted a proposal to develop five oil and gas fields, namely Siri in the Persian Gulf, Mansouri and Susangerd in Khuzestan Province, Danan in Ilam Province and the oil layer of the giant South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf.
"The firm played a major role in conducting drilling management projects, supplying drilling sets and providing drilling and production services in offshore Salman and Abouzar oil and gas fields in the Persian Gulf," Jamalzadeh said.
"The first production phase of South Pars Gas Field was carried out with the help of DCI. It is also capable of participating in overseas projects utilizing its advanced equipment and skilled personnel."

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