Plans to Expand Gas Pipelines by 1,000 Km 

Plans to Expand Gas Pipelines by 1,000 Km Plans to Expand Gas Pipelines by 1,000 Km 

Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company plans to lay over 1,000 kilometers of gas pipelines and link them to the national gas grid in the current Iranian year (started March 21), the state-owned company’s director for planning and project control said.
“With regard to progress made in the past five months, fulfilling the IGEDC’s goals in the present fiscal is feasible,” Mohsen Mazloum Farsibaf was also quoted as saying by Shana, the Oil Ministry’s official news agency, on Monday.
Stressing that the company, as a subsidiary of the National Iranian Gas Company, is the main contractor of gas development projects in Iran, Farsibaf said by providing gas infrastructure across the country, IGEDC not only supplies clean and inexpensive fuel to consumers, but also creates many direct and indirect jobs and plays a significant role in preserving the environment.


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