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Iran Gas & Condensate Survey 2006

Published Date: June 2006
Status: Available (Hardcopy / Softcopy)

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Possession of 940 Trillion Cubic Feet of gas, 18% of that of the world, puts Iran’s reserves as number two after Russia’s. The largest Iranian gas field is called South Pars, which houses an estimated volume of 464 tcf of gas. Kangan with 29 tcf of gas reserves, Tabnak with 14 tcf, Aghar and Nar each with 13 tcf, Khanguiran with 11 tcf, and Homa with 4 tcf of gas reserves come next.

Condensate is usually produced as an integral component of natural gas. The volume of condensate reserves in South Pars gas field alone is estimated at 18 bln bbls.

The present report, updated May 1st 2006, is an attempt to shed some light on the volumes of direct production of gas, production of associated gases, production of condensate, breakdown of gas consumption in different sectors of Iran and the present volumes of gas export and that planned for export by 2010.

Table of Contents:

Part 1: Gas Report

1- Gas Production
1-1- Direct production from gas fields
1-1-1- The existing gas production capacity
1-1-2- The actual gas production status
1-1-3- Gas production capacity planned for end March 2010
1-2- Gas production from gas layers of oil fields and gas domes
1-3- Productions of associated gases
1-4- Total gas production capacity

2- Gas refining and dehydration
2-1- The existing production capacity
2-2- The actual production
2-3- Refining capacity planned for end March 2010

3- Local consumption
3-1- The volume of local consumption by end March 2006
3-2- The volume of gas consumption planned by March 2010
3-3- Breakdown of gas consumption

4- Gas injection into Iran’s oil fields

5- Natural gas to feed the petrochemical industries

6- Natural gas exports

7- Production/ consumption balance

8- Gas projects
8-1- Underground gas storage
8-2- Gas pipelines
8-3- LNG Projects
8-4- NGL Plants
8-5- Offshore gas production projects
8-5-1- North Pars Project
8-5-2- South Pars Phases 6, 7& 8
8-5-3- South Pars Phases 9 &10
8-5-4- South Pars Phase 11
8-5-5- South Pars Phase 12
8-5-6- South Pars Phases 13
8-5-7- South Pars Phases 15 & 16
8-5-8- South Pars Phases 17 & 18
8-5-9- South Pars Phases 19-22
8-5-10- Hengam
8-5-11- Kharg gas gathering (NGL Recovery)
8-5-12- Sirri gas gathering (NGL Recovery)
8-6- Onshore gas production projects
8-6-1- Tabnak (Sweet Gas)
8-6-2- Homa, Shanul, Varavi (Sweet Gas)
8-7- Gas refining projects
8-7-1- Homa, Shanul & Varavi gas refinery (Parsian II)
8-7-2- Ilam gas refinery
8-7-3- Parsian I gas refinery
8-7-4- Second Bid Boland gas refinery
8-7-5- South Gashoy gas refinery
8-7-6- South Pars 9&10 gas refinery

Part 2: Condensate Report

1- Condensate Production
1-1- The current production rate of condensate
1-2- Production capacity of condensate by the end of March 2010

2- Condensate consumption
2-1- The current consumption rate of condensate
2-1-1- Consumption in the refineries
2-1-2- Consumption in the petrochemical industries
2-1-3- Export
2-2- Condensate consumption forecast by end March 2010
2-2-1- Consumption in the refineries
2-2-2- Consumption in the petrochemical industries
2-2-3- Export

3- Condensate specifications
3-1- Sarkhoon Condensate
3-2- Parsian Condensate
3-3- South Pars Condensate
3-4- Gavarzin Condensate Specifications
3-5- Kangan Condensate Specifications
3-6- Hashemi Nezhad (Khanguiran) Condensate Specifications

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