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Iran’s Five-Month Gas Exports Reach 5 bcm
  • Monday 9/11/2017 Iran’s Five-Month Gas Exports Reach 5 bcm
    Iran exported over 5 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-August 22), Dispatching director of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) announced...
    Iran exported over 5 billion cubic meters (bcm) of natural gas during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21-August 22), Dispatching director of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) announced.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, Mehdi Jamshidi Dana said exports rose by 64% during the period from the same period last year which stood at only 3.2 bcm.
    “The country’s natural gas exports averaged 34.8 million cubic meters per day in the five-month period compared to 21.3 MMcm/d in the corresponding period of a year ago,” he added.
    Jamshidi Dana further added that gas delivery to power plants has also increased by 5% from 204 MMcm/d last year to 214 MMcm/d this year during the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year.
5-Month South Pars Condensate Export up 18 percent Y/Y
  • Tuesday 9/5/2017 5-Month South Pars Condensate Export up 18 percent Y/Y
    Export of the gas condensate produced at the supergiant South Pars Gas Field rose by 18 percent in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21 from the same period last year...
    Export of the gas condensate produced at the supergiant South Pars Gas Field rose by 18% in the first five months of the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21 from the same period last year.
    Managing Director of South Pars Gas Complex (SPGC) Masoud Hassani said the company exported over 91 million barrels of the item during the five months, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
    He said the field’s condensate output rose by 13% year-on-year during the period and stood at 86.67 mb.
    Hassani said production of all the items supplied by SPGC, where South Pars refineries and land facilities are located, rose during the mentioned period.
    Production of sweet gas stood at 54.99 MMcm which is 16% higher than the same period last year.
    Moreover, ethane output rose by 28% and grew from 886.3 thousand tons to 1.132m tons after the period.
    Propane production, he added, rose to 590,000 tons and butane production grew to 350,000 tons.
    Sulfur output also saw a rise and crossed 219.328 thousand tons.
    South Pars is the world's biggest gas field that is shared by Iran and Qatar in Persian Gulf waters.
SPGC Receives 1,000 bcm of South Pars Gas in 19 Years
  • Tuesday 9/5/2017 SPGC Receives 1,000 bcm of South Pars Gas in 19 Years
    The South Pars Gas Complex Company has received over 1,000 billion cubic meters of natural gas recovered from the supergiant South Pars gas field since its inauguration in 1998, SPGC CEO said...
    The South Pars Gas Complex Company has received over 1,000 billion cubic meters of natural gas recovered from the supergiant South Pars gas field since its inauguration in 1998, SPGC CEO said.
    SPGC that operates South Pars refineries, has processed 900 bcm of sweet gas to the national gas trunklines over the period, besides injecting over 21 bcm of the item to petrochemical plants operating at Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ), Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
    The company's CEO, Masoud Hassani says SPGC has also sent over 118 bcm of sour gas to the IGAT-5 pipeline during these years.
    SPGC is also a supplier of sulfur and has so far produced 4.26 million tons of the item and has sold it on international markets. 
    The company has recently launched new refineries which have increased its ethane output by 42.1%.
    SPGC is a subsidiary of NIGC which was launched in 1998 in order to operate onshore South Pars facilities.
90 percent of Iran’s population enjoy the natural gas gift
  • Tuesday 9/5/2017 90 percent of Iran’s population enjoy the natural gas gift
    During the government week that we passed, gas distribution operations to 8 cities and 1380 villages were started and the gas distribution projects of 11 cities and 1172 villages were launched, NIGC’s gas distribution director, Saeed Momeni announced...
    During the government week that we passed, gas distribution operations to 8 cities and 1380 villages were started and the gas distribution projects of 11 cities and 1172 villages were launched, NIGC’s gas distribution director, Saeed Momeni announced.
    “In the week also, more than 415 projects come into operation,” he added.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, based on this, 350 thousand other households will be connected to the gas network over the next two years.
    “Now 90 percent of Iran’s population is connected to the gas network, which comprises 96 percent of urban households and 72 percent of rural households,” Momeni stated.
    He said that about 14000 villages had been connected to gas supply network up to 2013, adding that over the past four years, 9000 villages had been connected to the network.
    Momeni stated that, today about 1100 cities and more than 23 thousand villages along with numerous numbers of power plants and vehicles take advantages of using this clean fuel.
    The achievement in oil and gas industry during the past years are truly remarkable, but the most notable ones are gas distribution across the country which categorized as the outstanding achievements for gas industry. Gas distribution across the country is the strategy which formulates to improve the social and prosperity index in the country.
    The efficient use of fossil fuels and replacing natural gas instead of the other oil products, the use of gas in power plants, meets the requirements of industrial units by gas, reduction of gas flaring, and creating the infrastructure for increasing gas export to promote social and economic welfare are the other achievements of gas industry.
Iran’s daily gas exports hit 42 MMcm
  • Saturday 8/26/2017 Iran’s daily gas exports hit 42 MMcm
    Managing Director of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Hamidreza Araqi announced that the country’s gas export has hit 42 million cubic meters (MMcm) per day...
    Managing Director of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Hamidreza Araqi announced that the country’s gas export has hit 42 million cubic meters (MMcm) per day.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, he added Iran reached this amount of gas export after starting export to Iraq (in late June).
    Referring to the NIGC’s plans for the next Iranian calendar year (to begin on March 21, 2018), Araqi said exports to the neighboring countries will continue based on their contracts , while the amount of gas export and also target countries are planned to increase.
    “Developing export infrastructure by laying out pipelines and construction of pressure boosting stations are seriously being considered by NIGC in order to increase its share in the gas market in the region,” he added.
IGAT-6 to launch before winter
  • Sunday 8/20/2017 IGAT-6 to launch before winter
    The construction of the Iran Gas Trunkline (IGAT-6) will be completed before winter to ensure gas supply to western regions of the country...
    The construction of the Iran Gas Trunkline (IGAT-6) will be completed before winter to ensure gas supply to western regions of the country.
    “IGAT-6 pipeline project is planned for completion before the beginning of winter,” Hamidreza Araqi, managing director of National Iranian Gas Company said after inspecting the development plan.
    He emphasized the importance of launching this project from Ahvaz to Bisotun and Kohdasht to Charmale as soon as possible.
    It’s worth mentioning that, the pipeline will have the capacity to transfer 110 million cubic meters of gas per day from South Pars gas field in the Persian Gulf to southern and western regions.
Iran Launches Damghan-Kiasar-Sari-Neka Gas Pipeline
  • Wednesday 8/2/2017 Iran Launches Damghan-Kiasar-Sari-Neka Gas Pipeline
    Iran oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh inaugurated Damghan-Kiasar-Sari-Neka gas transfer pipeline on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 that will ensure a steady supply of clean fossil fuel to northern regions, particularly in the cold season when demand soars...
    Iran oil minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh inaugurated Damghan-Kiasar-Sari-Neka gas transfer pipeline on Tuesday, August 1, 2017 that will ensure a steady supply of clean fossil fuel to northern regions, particularly in the cold season when demand soars.
    According to the report of the public relations of the National Iranian Gas Company, the 170-kilometers pipeline, stretching from the city of Damghan in Semnan Province to Neka in Mazandaran Province, has the capacity to transfer 40 million cubic meters of gas to Northern provinces.
    With the coming on stream of this project, gas supply in Northern provinces is no longer dependent on gas imports.
    Damghan-Kiasar-Sari-Neka gas pipeline is expected overcome the shortage of gas in the provinces of Golestan, Mazandaran, and Gilan.
Countdown Begins for Launching Damghan-Kiasar-Sari Gas Pipeline
  • Saturday 7/29/2017 Countdown Begins for Launching Damghan-Kiasar-Sari Gas Pipeline
    The countdown has started for official inauguration of a key gas pipeline project that will transfer natural gas to Northern provinces of Iran...
    The countdown has started for official inauguration of a key gas pipeline project that will transfer natural gas to Northern provinces of Iran.
    Managing director of the National Iranian Gas Company stated that Damghan-Kiasar-Sari Gas Transmission Pipeline will get fully operational soon.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, Hamidreza Araqi added that the much-awaited gas pipeline will guarantee a steady supply of natural gas to Northern provinces of the country.
    “Launching of Damghan-Kiasar-Sari Gas Transmission Pipeline will help to reduce Iran’s dependence on gas imports,” he said.
    Araqi said that the pipeline will supply 35 million cubic meters of natural gas per day to Northern provinces of Iran.
    Damghan-Kiasar-Sari gas pipeline is expected overcome the shortage of gas in the provinces of Golestan, Mazandaran, and Gilan.
Iraq will need Iranian gas for power generation
  • Sunday 7/23/2017 Iraq will need Iranian gas for power generation
    Over the next seven years, Iraq will need Iranian natural gas supplies to feed its power-generation plants, because domestic gas output will not be enough, Iraq’s Minister of Electricity, Qasim Al-Fahdawi said...
    Over the next seven years, Iraq will need Iranian natural gas supplies to feed its power-generation plants, because domestic gas output will not be enough, Iraq’s Minister of Electricity, Qasim Al-Fahdawi said.
    According to Iraqi news, Al-Fahdawi said, “New stations are entering into service soon, hence the country needs for gas imports.”
    Natural gas output from Iraq’s southern fields in the Basra province will not be enough to meet the demand for powering electricity generation, said the minister.
    However, Iraq’s need for gas imports could lessen in the future, after planned fields for producing non-associated gas come on stream, such as Siba, Mansouriya, and Western Anbar, the Iraqi minister said.
    Iran began exporting natural gas to neighboring Iraq in June. Export of gas started with a volume of 7 million cubic meters/day and will reach 35 MMcm/d gradually.
    The gas will be supplied under two contracts—one for exports to Baghdad power plants, and the other to Basra.
Iran attends the 22nd World Petroleum Congress
  • Sunday 7/16/2017 Iran attends the 22nd World Petroleum Congress
    Iran has participated in the 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul which held from 9-13 July, 2017...
    The Istanbul congress launched under the theme of “bridges to our energy future” was aimed at addressing important issues and challenges facing the oil and gas sector.
    As the “Olympics” of the oil and gas sector, the Congress attract large attendances with over 6000 delegates, 500 CEOs, 50 Ministers and around 25,000 visitors for the World Petroleum Exhibition, one of the largest strategic oil and gas expos in the world.
    The Exhibition of the 22nd World Petroleum Congress in Istanbul take place in the Congress Valley, in the heart of the city, at Istanbul Congress Center (ICC) and Lütfi Kırdar ICEC.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, in this exhibition NIGC and NIOC demonstrated the capabilities and latest achievements of oil & gas industry in an area of 280 square meters.
    The 22nd World Petroleum Congress concluded in Istanbul with high hopes for developing new cooperation in the future.
    The World Petroleum Council (WPC) is a non-advocacy, non-political organization with charitable status in the U.K. and has accreditation as a Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) from the United Nations (UN). The WPC is dedicated to the promotion of sustainable management and use of the world’s petroleum resources for the benefit of all.
    WPC conducts the triennial World Petroleum Congress, covering all aspects of the industry including management of the industry and its social, economic and environmental impact.
Total inks Landmark Gas Deal with Iran’s NIOC
  • Wednesday 7/5/2017 Total inks Landmark Gas Deal with Iran’s NIOC
    Frances Total signed a deal with Tehran on Monday to develop phase 11 of Irans South Pars, the worlds largest gas field, marking the first major Western energy investment in the Islamic Republic since the lifting of sanctions against it...
    France's Total signed a deal with Tehran on Monday to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars, the world's largest gas field, marking the first major Western energy investment in the Islamic Republic since the lifting of sanctions against it.
    The strategic deal was signed between NIOC and a consortium comprising France's Total, China's CNPC International and Petropars Company from Iran.
    Total will be the operator with a 50.1 percent stake, alongside Chinese state-owned oil and gas company CNPC with 30 percent, and National Iranian Oil Co subsidiary Petropars with 19.9 percent, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
    During 20 years of gas extraction under the contract, an estimated volume of 335 billion cubic meters of rich, sour natural gas will be produced from the phase with 290 million barrels of gas condensate, 14 million tons of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), 12 million tons of ethane and 2 million tons of sulfur .
    The project will cost up to $5 billion and production is expected to start within 40 months.
    “This is a major agreement for Total, which officially marks our return to Iran to open a new page in the history of our partnership with the country,” Total Chief Executive Patrick Pouyanne said.
NIGC Shifting Focus to Int’l Markets
  • Wednesday 7/5/2017 NIGC Shifting Focus to Int’l Markets
    Iran’s share in the global natural gas market will reach to 10 percent by 2025 based on a shift in policy that calls for increasing gas exports, NIGC’s director for international affairs, Behzad Babazadeh said...
    Iran’s share in the global natural gas market will reach to 10% by 2025 based on a shift in policy that calls for increasing gas exports, NIGC’s director for international affairs, Behzad Babazadeh said.
    According to the official, Iran’s export of natural gas to Iraq’s capital Baghdad started on June 21 with a volume of 7 million cubic meters/day and will reach 35 MMcm/d gradually, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
    He predicted that exports of gas to the southern Iraqi city of Basra will begin within six months under a gas supply contract signed between Tehran and Baghdad.
    According to Babazadeh, Iranian gas volumes will vary between 20 million cubic meters per day in the colder months, and around 35 million in the warmer months.
    Babazadeh also noted that talks are underway for a gas supply deal with Georgian International Energy Corporation.
    According to reports, an agreement has yet to be reached with Yerevan to sell Iranian gas to Georgia through Armenia.
    On the prospect of increasing natural gas export to Armenia to 2.5 million cubic meters per day, Babazadeh said, “They receive 1 MMcm/d from Iran in exchange for electricity exports. Nonetheless, to supply them with more gas, a separate contract should be signed.”
    On the subject of priorities, Babazadeh noted, “Converting natural gas to liquefied natural gas (LNG) with the help of foreign investment and exporting the fuel to the Far East is on the agenda.”
NIGC Attends in the 14th Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition
  • Monday 7/3/2017 NIGC Attends in the 14th Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition
    The National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) has participated in 14th Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition / MIOGE 2017 which held from 27-30 June...
    The National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) has participated in 14th Moscow International Oil and Gas Exhibition / MIOGE 2017 which held from 27-30 June.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, in this international exhibition NIGC demonstrated the company’s capabilities and latest achievements in gas industry in an area of 100 square meters.
    It’s worth mentioning that, NIGC’s pavilion has been visited by leading energy companies.
    Some 652 companies from 40 countries such as Iran, Turkey, Spain, Norway, Czech Republic, Finland, Canada, Russia, Germany, Denmark, China, Austria, United States, Serbia, Belgium, Korea, Italy, Switzerland, France, UK, Hong Kong, Poland, Romania, Lithuania, Hungary, Netherlands, Croatia, United Arab Emirates, Japan, Sweden, Ukraine, and Belarus took part in this international event.
    This exhibition is a golden opportunity for those who involved in oil & gas activities across the world to present their products and interact with a large number of professionals sourcing oil and gas equipment for their businesses.
    Also on the sidelines of this exhibition, the 13th Russian Petroleum and Gas Congress was held with the participation of over 1,000 delegates from 40 countries.
    MIOGE is Russia’s largest international exhibition of oil and gas equipment and technologies. The exhibition has been taking place since 1993.
Iran starts gas exports to Iraq
  • Saturday 6/24/2017 Iran starts gas exports to Iraq
    Iran has started exporting natural gas to neighboring Iraq, director of the International Affairs Department at National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Behzad Babazadeh said...
    Iran has started exporting natural gas to neighboring Iraq, director of the International Affairs Department at National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Behzad Babazadeh said.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, he said Iran’s export of natural gas to Iraq’s capital Baghdad had started from the late hours of Wednesday, June 21.
    Babazadeh added export of gas has begun with a volume of 7 million cubic meters/day and will reach 35 MMcm/d gradually.
    Iran and Iraq have signed two agreements for gas supply to the two Iraqi cities of Baghdad and Basra.
    Talks regarding gas export to Iraq began in 2010 and the two countries signed an agreement for gas supply to Baghdad in 2013.
No South Pars Flaring by 2019
  • Saturday 6/24/2017 No South Pars Flaring by 2019
    Director for Coordination and Supervision on Production at the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), Gholamreza Bahman-Nia said all the gas flares at the refineries of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field will stop operating by 2019...
    Director for Coordination and Supervision on Production at the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), Gholamreza Bahman-Nia said all the gas flares at the refineries of the supergiant South Pars Gas Field will stop operating by 2019.
    A gas flare, alternatively known as a flare stack, is a gas combustion device used in industrial plants such as petroleum refineries, chemical plants, natural gas processing plants as well as at oil or gas production sites having oil wells, gas wells, offshore oil and gas rigs and landfills.
    Given the value of natural gas, companies would rather captures it than to flare it unless under emergencies in order to prevent catastrophes, he said, Iran’s SHANA news agency reported.
    The official said today technologies at South Pars refineries have developed that the gas is no longer needed to be flared and can be captured and injected in the national gas distribution network.
Iran, S. Korea to cooperate on developing mini-LNG containers
  • Tuesday 6/13/2017 Iran, S. Korea to cooperate on developing mini-LNG containers
    Two consortium from Iran and South Korea signed a technological agreement to cooperate on developing mini-LNG ISO Containers in the coming four years, director of research and technology at National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), Saeed Pakseresht said...
    Two consortium from Iran and South Korea signed a technological agreement to cooperate on developing mini-LNG ISO Containers in the coming four years, director of research and technology at National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), Saeed Pakseresht said.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, Pakseresht added that the Korean consortium is managed by Oceanus Co., and consists of KITECH Research Institute, KOGAS Tech, GS E&C, Sung-IL Encare, DongHwa Entec and KGS companies. The Iranian consortium which is managed by NIGC consists of LNG Institute of Tehran University (ILNG), the Research Institute of Petroleum Industry (RIPI) along with a number of manufacturing and executive engineering companies.
    The deal was signed on June 08 at Oceanus headquarters in Busan, South Korea.
Iran to Host 16th International Gas Research Conference in 2020
  • Monday 5/29/2017 Iran to Host 16th International Gas Research Conference in 2020
    On the closing ceremony of ‘15th International Gas Union Research Conference (IGRC Rio 2017)’ held on 26th of May 2017 in Brazil, National Iranian Gas Co. (NIGC) was announced to host the 16th IGRC Conference in Iran...
    On the closing ceremony of ‘15th International Gas Union Research Conference (IGRC Rio 2017)’ held on 26th of May 2017 in Brazil, National Iranian Gas Co. (NIGC) was announced to host the 16th IGRC Conference in Iran.
    According to the report of the public relations of the NIGC, Saeed Pakseresht, director of Research and Technology at NIGC, stated: “One of the main parts of IGRC 2020, which is proposed to be held in Iran for the first time, is to hold ‘Techno Market’. As it may sound, this market aims to exchange technology, novel technologies in particular, as a bridge to connect with humanitarian ideas and humanitarian innovation in terms of their profitability to mankind.”
    IGRC 2017, the greatest global event in the natural gas industry focused on research, development and innovation, held for the first time in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil between May 24 and 26.
    In Brazil, the Conference 2017 edition, with the motto “Natural Gas: Catalyzing the Future”, organized by the Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP). The program included plenary sessions, presentation of technical papers in poster sessions and technical visits.
    The International Gas Union Research Conference (IGRC) is the globally most recognized gas research conference and attracts gas company executives, researchers and others from all over the world which held every three years in different countries under the auspices of International Gas Union (IGU).
    During the three days of the event, different sessions had demonstrated how natural gas combine with renewables. Authors from more than 25 countries have presented around 300 technical papers. New technologies and insights have been showed, proving that this is the greatest global event in the natural gas industry on R&D.
Iran Oil Show as a big event
  • Monday 5/15/2017 Iran Oil Show as a big event
    The visiting senior business development manager of Seaway Heavy Lifting, Marco Wiedijk described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as most important event in oil and gas industry of Iran, which gives all markets players the opportunity to gather at one place and one time...
    The visiting senior business development manager of Seaway Heavy Lifting, Marco Wiedijk described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as most important event in oil and gas industry of Iran, which gives all markets players the opportunity to gather at one place and one time.
    According to the report of the public relations of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), he said that this event is big chance to know more about marketing.
    Marco Wiedijk said that our company has participated in some Iran’s projects such as South Pars phases and he expressed his hope to expand their cooperation with Iranian companies in offshore technology.
    “The main purpose of attending exhibition is to meet our customers and also find new clients,” he said on the sideline of the Iran Oil Show 2017.
    Seaway Heavy Lifting is a leading offshore contractor in the global Oil & Gas and Renewables industry.
Iran Oil Show; golden opportunity for marketing
  • Monday 5/15/2017 Iran Oil Show; golden opportunity for marketing
    The visiting sales engineer of FAUDI Company, Suat Eker described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as golden opportunity for marketing...
    The visiting sales engineer of FAUDI Company, Suat Eker described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as golden opportunity for marketing.
    According to the report of the public relations of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), he said that the main purpose of participating in Iran Oil Show is for finding new customers, and show our products.
    “Iran Oil Show as a good participation for those involved in oil and gas activities across the world to exchange information, interact with each other, and transfer their experiences and at the same time to become familiar with potentials of the participating companies,” he said on the sidelines of the 22nd Iran International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition.
    FAUDI Company has participated in the annual oil exhibitions at least 4 years.
    FAUDI Company is in the technology of filtration and separation founded 1938 by Fritz Faudi in Oberursel (Taunus)/Germany.
Iran Oil Show is positive surprise
  • Saturday 5/13/2017 Iran Oil Show is positive surprise
    The visiting sales engineer process pumps of HAMMELMANN Company, Carsten Fröhlich described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as positive surprise because there are many participants in this big event which gather at one place and one time...
    The visiting sales engineer process pumps of HAMMELMANN Company, Carsten Fröhlich described the ongoing Iran Oil Show 2017 as positive surprise because there are many participants in this big event which gather at one place and one time.
    “The main purpose of attending exhibition is to promote our company’s reputation and show our products,” he said on the sidelines of the Iran Oil Show 2017.
    According to the report of the public relations of National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), he said that this event is a good participation for those involved in oil and gas activities across the world to exchange information, interact with each other, and transfer their experiences and at the same time is good chance to introduce our technology and products to Iranian market.
    “We have a lot of projects in Iran for water jetting and hydrodemolition,” he added.
    HAMMELMANN Company has participated in the annual Iran oil show over the 15 times.
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