NGL 3100 to speed up work

File photo shows installations of an Iranian NGL plant.

TEHRAN August 13 (Shana)–The head of Iran’s Central Oil Fields Company (ICOFC) has underlined the need for accelerated construction of a natural gas liquid (NGL) plant in southwestern Iran.

 Salbali Karimi made the remark during a visit to the NGL 3100 plant in the southwestern city of Mahshahr.

During the visit, he made an assessment of pre-commissioning operations and issued the necessary instruction for the operation of the plant.

NGL 3100 plant is under construction to gather associated gases produced by oil fields in western Iran.

The plant, whose construction is estimated to cost 1.5 billion dollars, is expected to gather 270 mcf/d of gas to supply 46,000 b/d of feedstock to Amir-Kabir, Bou-Ali and Dehloran petrochemical plants in Mahshahr Special Economic Zone.



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