Major gas refiner plans enhanced condensate exports

SHANA – Iran’s Fajr Jam Gas Refinery is renovating Siraf Export Terminal with the aim of boosting its gas condensate exports from the terminal, the refinery’s CEO says.

The plant is renovating and developing Siraf Port’s export jetty to boost the refinery’s gas condensate exports, CEO Abdolsamad Najafi said.

According to the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC), the refinery’s managing director said renovation and development of the jetty of Fajr Jam export terminal at Siraf Port was one of the major plans of the refinery, adding: “The goal of this project is to eliminate the export bottlenecks of gas condensate from this terminal.”

He said the project is in its final stages, adding Siraf Port is the closest export terminal for Fajr Jam Refinery, which is the country’s biggest gas refinery.