SHANA – Iran has launched the third gas sweetening train of the onshore refinery of South Pars phases 22-24.
According to Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC), Farhad Izadjou, operator of Phase 22-24 project, said that the gas sweetening train was operating at 8 mcm/d of sweet gas production capacity supplied from phases 6, 7, and 8 of the supergiant offshore field.
He said once fully operational, the train will be able to process 500 mcf/d of gas (equal to 14.2 mcm) to be injected to the national gas distribution network.
The refinery can process 1.5 mcf/d of sour gas when operating at full tilt.
Phase 22-24 project is aimed at production of 56 mcm/d of natural gas, 50 mcm/d of methane, 2,900 tons/day of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG), 2,750 tons/d of ethane, 75,000 barrels/day of gas condensates, and 400 tons/day of sulfur.
The project is being developed by a consortium of Iran Marine Industrial Company (SADRA) and Petrosina Company.