Iran’s day-to-day gas output capacity surpasses 1,000 mcm
(MENAFN) The amount of Iran’s day-to-day natural gas output surpassed 1,000 million cubic meters (mcm) in the last Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20), a statement issued by the Oil Ministry’s Planning Directorate displayed.
As stated by the ministry, the nation's natural gas output volume recorded the stated peak for the initial time in the prior year when gas output from the South Pars gas field rose by over 4 percent in comparison to the year before (1399).
As Shana mentioned in reports, the expansion of the South Pars field, which Iran shares with Qatar in the Persian Gulf, has been finished apart for phase 11 whose progress is proceeding.
As shown in the report, the physical development of the South Pars Phase 11 development venture at the end of 1400 was over 34 percent.
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