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Iran’s Downstream Gas Yearbook 2012

Published Date: August 2012
Status: Available (Softcopy)

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In line with its practice of covering all information, facts, figures and statistics of Iran’s petroleum Industry, IranOilGas Network has embarked on publishing its 6th successive Yearbook arranged in four categories which comprises ‘Iran Upstream Oil & Gas’, ‘Iran Downstream Oil’, ‘Iran Downstream Gas’, and ‘Iran Petrochemicals’, and contains all that took place in Iran’s Petroleum Industry over the past Iranian year – 21st of March 2011 to 19th of March 2012.
During last year, except for new refining projects in South Pars gas field, due to different reasons such as delay in provision of financial resources as well as goods and required technical services, the other refining projects on hand were being carried out at a very slow speed.
Western sanctions’ bites were among other major causes of delay in the implementation of Iran’s projects in downstream gas sector.
According to the figures, sweet gas production as well as its consumption rate last year had respectively over 0.4% and 1.7% growth compared to its previous year.
Iran gas imports and exports had also escalated by 30% and 11% in this period.
Over the financial issue of the projects, part of the required fund for implementation of gas projects were secured by domestic banks and financial institutions as well as domestic and foreign public bonds.
In this edition of ‘Iran Downstream Gas Yearbook’ - besides statistics - an overview of all the ongoing projects in Iran’s downstream gas sector last year has been also provided.
IranOilGas Network is pleased with the administration and the great care taken to ensure that the statistics and figures provided in its Yearbooks are all authentic, reliable, and as per information, made known by official sources and the databases available on the Network.

*Note: Throughout this Yearbook, ‘last year’ means Iranian year started on 21st of March 2011 and ended on 19th of March 2012.

Table of Contents:

1- Downstream Gas Statistics  
1-1- Sweet Gas Production 
1-2- Sweet Gas Production Separated by Gas Resources  
1-3- Gas Refineries Output
1-4- Gas Consumption
1-5- Gas Imports 
1-6- Gas Exports 
1-6-1- Gas Export Deals 
1-7- Gas Imports & Exports in Past 10 Years
1-8- Gas Balance
1-9- Gas Transmission
1-10- Gas Pipelines and Pressure Booster Stations
1-11- Condensate 
1-12- By-Products  
1-12-1- Sulfur Production 
1-12-2- LPG Production 
1-12-3- Ethane Production
1-13- Downstream Gas Plans by 2025 
1-13-1- Gas Production/Exports
1-13-2- Investment Needed for Downstream Gas
1-13-3- Natural Gas fuel/feed for Petrochemical units

2- Downstream Gas Projects
2-1- Gas Refineries
2-2- Gas Transmission 
2-3- Underground Gas Storage 
2-3-1- Underground Gas Storage Projects
2-3-2- Iran’s Potential Underground Reservoirs for Storing Gas
2-4- Gas Booster Stations
2-5- LNG Projects
2-6- Gas Gathering & NGL Projects

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