Plans Under way for Sending Synthetic Oil to Abadan Refinery

ABADAN (Shana) – The deputy director of production at the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said plans were under way to send synthetic oil to Abadan refinery besides the facilities operating in northern provinces.

Farrokh Alikhani told Shana that sending synthetic oil of South Pars to refineries is an initiative that has been developed with the aim of making optimal use of excess gas condensate and has reached fruition with constructive cooperation between the Deputy of Production of National Iranian Oil Company and the affiliate companies of the National Iranian South Oil Company.

Receiving gas condensate from South Pars gas field through Behregan operational district which is operated by ​​the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), sending it to Maroon 2 exploitation unit and then transferring it to the northern refineries, have taken place for the first time with the aim of optimizing gas condensate consumption in the country's oil industry.

All these measures took place in less than a month, Alikhani said, adding South Pars gas condensate is distributed among domestic refineries especially Isfahan Refinery and petrochemical plants, but given the volume of their production, the surplus condensate should have been managed. To this end, during the past month, meetings were held between the National Iranian Oil Company and the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company, and the composition of the type of oil that was to be fed to the refineries was determined.

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