Iran to extend its oil, gas pipeline network to 18,000 kilometers

May 04, 2015 12:00 AM

Iran plans to extend its oil and gas pipeline network to 18,000 by the Iranian calendar year 1400 (March 2021-March 2022), according to an official at the Iranian Oil Ministry.

The length of Iran’s oil and gas pipeline network stands at 14,000 kilometers at present, Iranian Oil Pipelines and Telecommunications Company (IOPTC) Managing Director Abbas- Ali Ja’farinasab announced on Sunday.

Of the figure, 4,500 kilometers is crude oil pipeline network and 9,500 kilometers is the network of petrochemical products transferring pipelines, he added.

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