South Pars 17 platform awaiting load out

Offshore staff

TEHRAN, Iran – The final two satellite platforms for the South Pars phases 17 and 18 development projects in the Persian Gulf should be loaded out soon from the Bandar Abbas Industrial Yard.

Project spokesman Hassan Boveiri told news service Shana that Platform 17B, which weighs 2,300 tons, will be able to recover 500 MMcf/d and export it to onshore refining facilities. 

Installation offshore should be completed on Nov. 10, the final stage of development of the two phases. 

Platform 17B, the fourth platform for phases 17/18, is under construction by Iran Shipbuilding & Offshore Industries Complex Co.


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