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Iran, China Still in Talks to Cooperate in South Pars Phase 11


The CEO of the Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) said that talks were going on with Chinese developers in South Pars Phase 11 project.

According to POGC, Mohammadi Meshkinfam said that development of Kish Gas Field was one of POGC’s top priorities currently; adding that developing the field’s first phase was seriously being pursued by the company.

He said studies were being carried out for determining the path of a pipeline to transfer gas from the field, adding once findings of the studies are obtained; the produced gas would be transferred to South Pars refineries or Fajr Jam Refinery for processing.

A billion cubic feet or 28 million cubic meters per day would be produced in the first phase of the project, the official added.

Regarding Farzad Field, he said talks were continuing with Indian developers in the project, stating that this project was also another prioritized project for POGC.

Besides the Indians, “we are in talks with other companies as well.”

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