0431 GMT December 12, 2019
The project to develop the first phase of Kish Gas Field in the Persian Gulf is under implementation by Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) and demonstrates significant progress, said the POGC’s managing director.
Mohammad Meshkinfam described the development of the gas field as one of POGC’s high priority projects in the year to March 2020, Shana reported.
Commenting on the feasibility studies to determine the field’s pipeline route and gas output destination, he said after conducting the studies, the gas extracted from the field will be transferred either to the refineries of the phases of South Pars Gas Field or Fajr Jam Gas Refinery, all located in the southern Iranian province of Bushehr.
The POGC CEO noted that development project of the first phase of Kish Gas Field involves performing onshore drilling operations and constructing the pipeline, which will transfer one billion cubic feet of gas per day to one of the destinations.
Describing the development of Farzad gas field as the other priority of the POGC in the year to March 2020, he said negotiations with Indian firms are being continued on the implementation of the project.
“Parallel negotiations are also being held with other companies over the development of the field.”
Meshkinfam added that talks are also underway with Chinese contractors over the implementation of the project to develop Phase 11 of South Pars Gas Field.