News ID: 274962
Published: 0623 GMT October 01, 2020

Iran’s gas refinery output up by seven percent in six months

Iran’s gas refinery output up by seven percent in six months

Iran’s Fajr Jam Gas Refining Company has increased its gas production in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year (March 21 to September 21, 2020), said a senior official at the refinery on Wednesday.

According to the CEO of the refinery Abdolsamad Najafi, "Refining and production of natural gas as the main product of this company has increased by seven percent compared to the same period last year,” Iranian Oil Ministry’s website Shana reported.

Najafi added there had been production enhancements in all other items produced by the plant.

Referring to the overhaul operations in the refinery, he said, "Fortunately, all activities are going as planned and the refinery is ready for maximum production in the winter."

Najafi emphasized on compliance with the health, safety and environment (HSE) measures and health protocols in the overhaul of the company, noting, “The efforts of the employees of this company are sustainable production in the second half of the year to deliver gas to people's homes without any disruption.”

He further said that production of gas condensate as a very valuable product in Fajr Jam Gas Refining has also increased by 30% in the said period.

Fajr Jam Gas Refinery (in Bushehr Province) is one of the oldest and biggest gas refineries in the country, which became operational in 1988 after Nar-Kangan gas fields were launched.

Resource: SHANA
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