SHANA– Iran’s Bidboland Persian Gulf Refinery project has so far made nearly 60% progress, the facility’s managing director said.
Mahmoud Amin Nejad said construction of the refinery, which is to feed to Dena Ethylene Pipeline, has made 59% progress so far.
He said the project’s pipe-lay operation has made 65% progress and its storage facilities have made 55% progress.
The plant is to be fed by 56.6 million cubic meters of rich gas from NGL units 900, 1000, 1200, and 1300.
75% of the gas produced by the refinery will be injected to the national gas trunklines and the rest will be used for production of by-products.
The refinery is being built for a daily production of 48 mcm of suit and refined methane for injection to the national gas distribution network, 1.5 million tons of ethane, 1.5 million tons of liquefied gas including propane and butane.