TEHRAN (Fars News Agency)- The construction of the Bid-Boland 2 Refinery kicked off through an amending contract signed with two Iranian consortiums.
Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company inked the contract worth $2.2 bln with two domestic consortiums on the EPC (Engineering, Procurement, and Construction) scheme, Petroenergy Information Network (PIN) reported.
Under the contract, Sazeh Consulting and Jahan Pars Co. consortium will build the part ‘A’ of the project.
Termed as part ‘B’ of the project, the pipelines and storage facilities in Mahshar, Khuzestan Province will be built by another consortium, Tehran Jonub in collaboration with the British company, Castian.
The refinery will have a refining capacity of around 57 mln cubic meters of natural gas per day. The inputs are received from the NGL 900, 1000, 1200, and 1300 plants. Parts of the gas will be injected to the entire grid, while the rest is to be injected into oilfields or sent to petrochemical units for ethane production.
Bid-Boland 2 Refinery will be set up 15 kilometer southwest of Behbahan, in the southern province of Khuzestan, near Bid-Boland 1 Refinery.