Transmission

  • New Record in Daily Gas Transmission

    New Record in Daily Gas Transmission

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of Iran Gas Transmission Company said the company has set a new record by transferring over 800 million cubic meters of gas in one day.

  • Iran Gas Transmission Fitted with New GIS Generation

    Iran Gas Transmission Fitted with New GIS Generation

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- A new generation of geographic information system (GIS) has been installed in the pipeline projects of Iran Gas Transmission Company (IGTC), which would facilitate data storage, display and analysis. Assadollah Qanavati, director of engineering and planning at IGTC, said: “Using the system will allow for geographical data management, combining and overlapping different information sources and receiving answers from the descriptive and geographical information along with access to a variety of geographical analyses and preparation of charts, diagrams, reports and thematic maps along with three-dimensional display of information.”

  • Gas Transmission Record Smashed

    Gas Transmission Record Smashed

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Being in charge of running more than 37,000 kilometers of pipeline and 86 gas compressor stations, Iran’s gas transmission industry ranks the first in Asia and the Middle East, and the fourth globally behind the US, Russia and Canada. The most important task assigned to the Iranian Gas Transmission Company (IGTC) is to purchase natural gas, ethane, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and gas liquids from domestic and foreign suppliers and sell them to domestic customers and export terminals and conduct swap process.

  • Iran Gas Transmission Capacity at 870 mcm/d

    Iran Gas Transmission Capacity at 870 mcm/d

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of the Iranian Gas Transmission Company announced a 12% increase in the amount of sweet gas transmission in the first five months of the current calendar year, which began on March 21, adding Iran’s daily capacity of gas transmission has reached 870 million cubic meters.