Gas pipeline stretching from Iran's Abadan to the Shatt al-Arab in Basra
editor: AHF, HH 04.13.2016 10:50 Number of Views: 433
Revealed an Iranian company, on Wednesday, about to start a project of building a gas pipeline to Basra province under the Shatt al-Arab, and while confirming that the project will be equipped with about 50 million cubic meters of gas to power stations in Basra and will cost more than 350 million dollars, the Basra Governorate Council confirmed that the gas pipeline It is the longest in the Middle East and will be completing next year.
He said the project manager in the Iranian measure Poria company Ministers in an interview (range Press), "The D dry gas pipeline project from the city of Abadan to Basra arrived in the Shatt al-Arab area 1700 meters long," noting that "This project is designed for the processing of dry gas to stations electricity in Basra and that need this fuel. "
He said the ministers that "the upper limit to pump gas up to about 50 million cubic meters per day to supply three power stations which Rumaila stations and Najibiyah Shatt al-Basra," noting that "the pipe size of 48 knots (48 Lange) within the required specifications and will be completed D pipeline President during the next two months. "
For his part, Chairman of the electricity in the Basra Governorate Council Mujib al-Hassani said in an interview with (long-Presse), that "the project is one of the important projects for Iraq and the longest distance pipeline under water in the Middle East."
Hassani stressed that "the cost of the project is about $ 350 million to be accomplished during the year 2017 to equip the Rumaila stations and Najibiyah Shatt al-Basra gas as well as providing a laboratory fertilizers and petrochemicals in the province of gas."
Iraq and released a few days before shipment of the output of the Majnoon field of natural gas and is the first shipment of gas exporting from Iraq to the world as this gas needs to be addressed and draw its derivatives in the refineries and oil plants for industries outside the country.
[You must be registered and logged in to see this link.]