Operations Underway to Curb Azar Oilfield Gas Flaring

The natural gas processing units will help transfer associated petroleum gases to Dehloran gas refinery project
Operations Underway to  Curb Azar Oilfield Gas FlaringOperations Underway to  Curb Azar Oilfield Gas Flaring
Production from Azar Oilfield, currently at 30,000 barrels per day, is expected to reach 65,000 bpd in 2019

To curtail the flaring of natural gas in fields shared with the western Arab neighbor, operations are underway to complete Azar Oilfield's gas installations, located in Anaran Block bordering Iraq in Mehran, lIam Province.

Keyvan Yar-Ahmadi, who oversees the field's development at the Petroleum Engineering and Development Company (PEDEC), made the statement on the sidelines of the 15th Joint Management Committee for Azar Oilfield development, the National Iranian Oil Company's news portal reported on Saturday.

According to the official, permanent gas processing units are expected to be established by March. Moreover, the installation of 130 kilometers of new pipelines to Dehloran Gas Refinery in Ilam Province is about to be completed.


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