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POGC Voices Concern Over Pressure Reduction in South Pars Gas Field

POGC chief: Installation of offshore compressor stations in the SP field is the only long-term option to control gas pressure reduction
POGC Voices Concern Over Pressure Reduction in South Pars Gas Field  POGC Voices Concern Over Pressure Reduction in South Pars Gas Field

Despite peak production in South Pars Gas Field off the Persian Gulf, pressure reduction has emerged gradually and could get worse, managing director of Pars Oil and Gas Company said Sunday.
"Installation of offshore compressor stations in the field is the only long-term option to control gas pressure reduction," Mohammad Meshkinfam said, ILNA reported.
Contrary to popular belief, the field will not be able to produce 630 million cubic meters of gas per day (the current output) forever and this clean resource should be used as prudently as possible, he stressed.
Referring to past short-term policy to postpone pressure reduction, he said his company has started to acidize offshore wells and this will delay the process maximum by two years.

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