0545 GMT January 29, 2020
Kish gas Fied is a giant gas field close to Kish Island in the Persian Gulf.
While enjoying beautiful natural attractions, Kish holds Iran's second giant gas field.
Once the gas field is operational, 25 million cubic meters of gas will be produced, part of which due to be consumed in Kish and the rest to be injected to the nationwide gas network.
It is one of the NIOC Recent Discoveries which was discovered in 2006 and holds 66×1012 cu ft (1,900 km3) of gas in place of which 50×1012 cu ft (1,400 km3) is recoverable.
The field also holds at least 1 billion barrels (160,000,000 m3) of condensate of which at least 331 million barrels (52,600,000 m3) are recoverable.
The field gas is sweet, it contains 50-80 PPM hydrogen sulphide. The field has the potential of producing 4000 million cubic meters of natural gas per day.
In February 2010, an Iranian consortium headed by Bank Mellat signed a $10-billion agreement with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) to develop the Kish gas field. The gas field will produce 85 million cubic meters of natural gas per day.