Iran and Italy sign gas sweetening deal

Nov 04, 2007 01:00 AM

Three Iranian firms have entered a deal with an Italian company to sweeten the natural sour gas produced in Iran's South Pars Field.
The gas sweetening is a process in which mercaptans and hydrogen sulphide are removed from natural gas. As the process lowers gas acidity it is called sweetening.

As part of the Iran LNG Project, the agreement was signed by the managing directors of Farab, Namvaran, Iran LNG and an Italian gas firm.
The EUR 400 mm contract is scheduled to be completed in 24 months.

The Iran LNG Project consists of three packages: LNG refinery units; LPG and LNG reservoirs as well as wharf and port facilities.
After the completion of the project and by 2010, about 10.5 mm tons of LNG will be produced annually. The production will increase to 88 mm tons in 10 years.

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