Iran expects gas transmission to hit 400 bcm

Iran expects gas transmission to hit 400 bcm

The volume of Iran’s gas transmission is expected to double to 400 billion cubic meters (bcm) by 2025, Mohammad-Ali Emam, managing-director of Iranian Gas Transmission Company said.


Emam said the NIGC owns 71 gas pressure stations, adding that the number of stations is expected to climb to 136 by 2025.

He said 33,124 kilometers of gas pipeline have been laid out in the country, which is expected to increase to 61,457 kilometers by 2025.

 

Press Release, September 25, 2014; Image: NIGC

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