TEHRAN --The first wellhead jacket for the South Pars Phase 12 project has been transferred to its location in the Persian Gulf, according to Iran's Petroenergy Information Network (Shani).
Isoico Company is handling the work under an EPCI contract. The scope includes three four-leg wellhead jackets, with the latter two due to be installed later this year. Phase 12 will initially produce wet gas and condensates from 15 wells, eventually delivering 3bcf/d.
Shani also reports that Petro Pars has been appointed contractor for the South Pars 27 and 28 phases. According to Petro Pars managing director Gholamreza Manochehri, the design for this scheme is based on the model for phases 4 and 5.
Gas production from the new project should reach 50 MMcm/year, which will be injected into the trans-Iran pipeline.
Currently, Petro Pars is responsible for developing phases 6, 7 and 8, delivering a total of 104 MMcm/d of gas.