South Pars Phase 19 Pipe-Laying Completed (Iran)
The pipe-laying operations of the project for development of South Pars Phase 19 with a length of 230 Km. came to end successfully.
Director of South Pars Phase 19 Development Project says the pipe-laying operations of the second SP19 sour gas 32-inch pipeline for transfer of the gas produced in offshore platforms of the project from Persian Gulf waters to the onshore processing unit are now completed with the successful efforts of the people engaged in this project.
With the completion of this operational section, 231 Km. of pipe-laying operations in this new gas phase were executed beyond the planned targets and without any reported technical accident.
Eng. Hamidreza Massoudi said: “The pipe-laying operations of the second sour gas 32-inch pipeline, for transfer of the produced gas in the offshore platforms of the project in Persian Gulf waters to the onshore processing unit were completed with the successful effort of the personnel working in this section.”
The operations for execution of the first sour-gas transfer 32-inch pipeline and glycol 4-inch pipeline with a length of 115 km. were completed last October.
Massoudi said: “At present the pipe-laying operations of the second 32-inch sour gas pipeline and glycol 4-inch pipeline from the onshore processing unit to the site of the production platforms with a length of 115 km. are now completed with the highest technical quality.”
LNG World News Staff, March 04, 2013; Image: POGC