EghtesadOnline: To complete the development project of South Pars Phase 14, loading operations to transfer satellite platform 14C for installation in the Persian Gulf were carried out in the yard of Iran Marine Industrial Company, aka Sadra, in Bushehr, a company official said.
"The 2,600-ton platform, completed in two years, is on the way to its location,” Rahim Dehqani was also quoted as saying by Shana on Saturday.
According to the official, the gigantic structure will be fully installed within two months.
Operations to install platform 14A were performed in January after it was completed in Iran Shipbuilding and Offshore Industries Company's yard, a subsidiary of Industrial Development & Renovation Organization of Iran, according to Financial Tribune.
"ISOICO is completing platforms 14B as well as satellite platform 14D in its shipyard," Mansour Moazzami, managing director of IDRO, said.
"Phase 14 onshore utility units, namely processing trains, sulfur recycling plants and gas injection units linked to Iran's Gas Trunkline, are up and running."
Phase 14 is slated to produce 56 million cubic meters of gas and 75,000 barrels of gas condensates per year to meet domestic gas demand and supply feedstock to petrochemical units in the Pars Special Energy Economic Zone in the southern Bushehr Province.
According to the official, Phase 14 has two gas production lines with four platforms (14A and 14B as main platforms and 14C and 14D as satellite ones), which are due to go on stream simultaneously. The phase is aimed at producing 56 million cubic meters per day of gas, 400 tons of sulfur, 2,800 tons of propane, 80,000 barrels of condensates and 2,550 tons of petrochemical feedstock, once fully operational.