The Natural Gas Storage Company (NGSC) has marked down 20 areas in Iran in which to build small LNG facilities, NGSC Managing Director Massoud Samivand said. Samivand revealed that five private investors had obtained licences for signing contracts to construct the plants and insisted that NGSC was in close cooperation with a number of universities for knowledge and advice.
Iranian representatives said that eight small-mid-sized gas condensate refineries would be constructed in Assaluyeh, which forms part of the South Pars gas field. Hojatollah Fereidouni, Manager of economic development and investment attraction at Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ), said that eight potential Iranian investors, five of whom have already obtained the necessary contract permits.
Edited from various sources by Ted Monroe
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