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Goreh-Jask pipeline project 70% complete

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World Pipelines,

The progress of the Goreh-Jask crude oil pipeline has reached nearly 70%, and it will probably be operational by March 2021.

Ali Jafarzadeh, Deputy Head of Goreh to Jask crude oil transfer project at the Petroleum Engineering and Development Company (PEDED), told Shana on the sidelines of the 25th Iran Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition: “Currently, the progress of the project has reached more than 70%. This strategic plan will be implemented on time, despite the sanctions and the conditions prevailing in the country in terms of the spread of the coronavirus.”

The official announced the supply of more than 96% of the goods and equipment of the project by domestic manufacturers, and said: “This is an all-Iranian project and we can boldly say that the most of the items required for this national plan have been provided by domestic companies.”

Jafarzadeh further said that the project is significant for various reasons including the use of 42 in. valves, the use of control valves with the latest world standards and many other equipment.

Iran is building the pipeline to transfer oil from Goreh to Jask oil terminal.

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