TEHRAN, Iran – Preparations are under way to ramp up operations at the South Pars phases 17 and 18 projects in the Persian Gulf, according to news service Shana.
Hassan Boveiri, managing director of Industrial Projects Management of Iran Co., said development of the two phases has so far cost $8.1 billion.
The first gas sweetening train for these phases came onstream in January, and more than 15.5 bcm of gas has so far been exported to Iran’s gas distribution network.
Four platforms for the two phases are delivering gas to the refining facilities.
The topsides B for theSouth Pars Phase 19 project was due to be placed on the pre-installed jacket last week. This will be the final installation for this phase.