Iran to set up condensed gas refinery in Bandar Abbas

Jun 21, 2004 02:00 AM

A refinery is to be set up in this southern city with a daily final capacity to refine 360,000 barrels of condensed gases obtained from South Pars field.
The official in charge of implementing the project Ali Haj-Rasuliha told that the refinery will be completed in two phases by National Iranian Oil Engineering Company at a cost of $ 25 mm.

Haj-Rasuliha said in the first phase the refinery will yield 240,000 bpd of condensed gas as of 2008.
The refinery will turn half the condensed gases into gasoline and the rest to jet fuel, kerosene, gas oil and liquid gas, he said.

Source: Tehran Times
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