Iran’s design of Bandar Abbas refinery under way

Jul 13, 2004 02:00 AM

Fundamental designing is under way for construction of a gas condensate refinery in Bandar Abbas, southern Province of Hormozgan, an Oil Ministry official said.

The director of Planning Department with the National Iranian Engineering and Construction Company, Mohammad Barikbin was quoted as saying that the refinery is projected to have a capacity of 360,000 bpd of condensate.
"The fundamental designing is supposed to finish in eight months," Barikbin said, adding that possibility of offering the implementation of the refinery to the private sector is under consideration.

Source: Tehran Times
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