Phase 11 of South Pars reaches gas production stage

South Pars’ Phase 11, the sole undeveloped section of the shared South Pars gas field, has reached the gas production phase, benefiting from governmental support and domestic resources. The national project is to be officially launched today in Asaluyeh, in southern Iran, in the presence of President Ebrahim
Gas produced in Phase 11 will be transported from its offshore location in the Persian Gulf to the onshore processing facilities of Phase 12.  Upon refinement, it will be injected into the national gas network, Tasnim news agency reported.
Announcing the inauguration of the project, Governor of Bushehr Province Ahmad Mohammadizadeh highlighted other operational projects in the Asaluyeh region, in the presence of the president and Minister of Oil Javad Owji.
The governor of Bushehr mentioned that Phase 11 of South Pars will be operational after two decades. He said that with the start of Phase 11 of South Pars, the initial daily gas production of this phase will be 15 million cubic meters, increasing to 56 million cubic meters in subsequent phases.
Mohammadizadeh considered the production of 50,000 barrels of gas condensate and 750 metric tons of sulfur per day as other features of Phase 11.
“With the inauguration of Phase 11 of South Pars, the chapter of the phases of this gas field will be closed,” he concluded.


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