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Iran is hoping to pipe gas from its giant South Pars field to Oman

October 11/2011

(Arabian oil and gas) -- Iran is hoping to pipe gas from its giant South Pars field to Oman, while the sultanate works on its domestic tight gas projects. Iran news sources are reporting that a research vessel from the Islamic Republic has begun conducting exploration of the Caspian SeaТs southern shelf.


The work, which will continue until year-end, is aimed at identifying potential routes for an oil pipeline and fiber-optic cables, the Mehr news agency reported. The research will cover about 1,000 square kilometers in waters 500 meters deep.


Iran and a South Korean company recently signed a contract to construct a 1,680-kilometer overland pipeline to transport oil from the Caspian Sea to the Gulf of Oman. The pipeline, which will transport crude from the port of Neka in northern Iran to the port of Jask in the south of the country, is worth an estimated USD 3.3 to 3.7 billion.


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