Iranian Gas Prospect

Presented by

Hedayat Omidvar Member of IGU Marketing Committee Head of Communication Affairs with Science & Research Centers, Research & Technology Dept., National Iranian Gas Company No.77-Southern Aban St.-Karimkhan Ave.-Tehran-1598753113-Iran Tel:+98-21-81315646 Fax:+98-21-81315682 Email:omidvar@nigc.ir

Iranian Gas Prospect
A Regional Prospect

Overview • • • • • • • • • • • NIGC Organization 2008 Natural Gas Refineries & Dehydration Units Iran In 2007 NIGC Transmission Systems Pipeline Projects Compressor Stations Plans Underground Gas Storage Projects Gas Treatment Capacity LNG Production Investment on Gas Infrastructure Achievements in 2025 .

TMC . Co.NIGC Organization 2008 Oil Ministry NIOC NIGC NIORDC NPC 44 Sub Companies 8 Gas Ref. Transmission Co CNG Co. UGS Co. Commercial Co. Eng & Dev Co. 30 Province Gas Co.

Caspian Sea Shorijeh Hashemi nejad Gonbadly Sarajeh Ilam Masjed Soleyman Bidboland II Bidboland I Dalan Parsian South Gasho Plan In Operation Refinery Fajr South Pars Gavarzin Sarkhon Dehydration units .

Natural Gas Production* (2001-2012) 300 250 200 274 247 180 180 100 106 117 132 195 BCM 150 100 50 0 2002 2003 2004 2005 77 87 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 *(Received Natural Gas From NIOC) .

% Source: BP Statistical Review 2008 . 21% Russian Federation US Canada Iran Norway Algeria Saudi Arabia United Kingdom China Turkmenistan Rest of The World 545. 2% 75. 6% 67. 4% BCM.Iran’s Share in the World Natural Gas Production (2007) 607. 3% 83. 19% 1018. 35% 183. 2% 72. 3% 89. 2% 69. 3% 132.

Domestic Natural Gas Sales (2001-2012) 300 245 250 277 205 200 BCM 155 174 86 98 109 123 103 150 100 50 0 68 78 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 .

3% 93.Iran’s Share in the World Natural Gas Consumption (2007) 652. 5% . 15% 67. 3% 82. 22% 1125. 3% 91.% Source: BP Statistical Review 2008 77. 3% 132. 3% 90. 38% US Russian Federation Iran Canada United Kingdom Japan Germany Italy Saudi Arabia China Rest of The World 438. 3% BCM. 2% 75.

2 BCM . of Natural Gas Consuming Rural Areas 28000 Km 150000 Km 660 5700 • Natural Gas Consuming Population • Share of Natural Gas in fossil fuels Basket • No.Iran in 2007 • High pressure Gas Transmission pipelines • Gas Distribution Networks • No. of Natural Gas Consuming Cities • No. of Natural Gas Consuming Industries • Export • Import 76% 61% 18000 5.6 BCM 6.

8 25.Top 5 Gas Reserves Russia 44.1 TCM Source: BP Statistical Review 2008 Qatar United Arab Emirates .6 Iran 27.6 6 Saudi Arabia 7.

Natural Gas Sector Breakdown in 2007 5. 29% BCM(%) . 55% 37.5. 4% Residential Power Plants Major Indst. Export 16. 12% 69.6.

Article 44 concerns with liberalization of the natural gas market and thus formation of a financially stable and transparent markets.R. . Iranian gas market will be opened to foreign investors as well.of Iran Constitution All oil and Gas related activities except for Oil Industry Upstream will be liberalized and forwarded to private sector. so as to ensure supply of good-quality natural gas at competitive prices to consumers .Article 44 of I.

IX IGAT.V IGAT.X IGAT.III Last segment (Saveh-Qazvin-Rasht) North-Northeast Pipeline Northwest Pipeline .VI IGAT.XI IGAT.NIGC Transmission Systems (Under Implementation) • • • • • • • • • • IGAT.VIII IGAT.VII IGAT.

• Commencement date 5 2008 .IGAT 5 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment 504 km 56 inches’ 95 MMCM/D 2000 millions USD • Compressor St.

IGAT 6 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment 510 km 56 inches’ 95 MMCM/D 900 millions USD • Compressor St. • Commencement date 5 2008 .

IGAT 7 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment 902 km 56 inches 110 MMCM/D 2 billions USD • Compressor St. • Commencement date 2 2009 .

IGAT 8 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment 1050 km 56 inches’ 100 MMCM/D 3. 10 • Commencement date 2009 .3 billions USD • Compressor St.

IGAT 9 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment • Compressor St. 1860 km 56 inches’ 110 MMCM/D 8 billions USD 17 • Commencement date 2014 .

4 • Commencement date 2009 .IGAT 10 • Length • Diameter • Capacity • Investment 824 km 56 inches’ 65 MMCM/D 635 millions USD • Compressor St.

570 km 56 inches’ 4 • Commencement date 2009 .IGAT 11 • Length • Diameter • Compressor St.

(IGAT III)Last segment (Saveh-Qazvin-Rasht) • Length 237 km • Diameter • Investment 56 inches’ 500 millions USD • Source of gas South Pars 2009 • Commencement date .

North-Northeast Pipeline • Length 790+105 km • Diameter • Investment 48.42 inches’ 1.5 billions USD • Compressor St. • Commencement date 6 2009 .

190 km 48. • Commencement date 3 2008 .Northwest Pipeline • Length • Diameter • Investment 280 km .40 inches’ 750 millions USD • Compressor St.

AZAR I NIGC Transmission Systems Caspian Sea AZAR II AZAR III Sarakhs-Neka-Rasht IGAT I Parchin-Mashhad IGAT XI IGAT IX IGAT X IGAT II IGAT III IGAT VIII IGAT VI IGAT IV IGAT V IGAT VII .

9 9.16 40 to 56 inches Pipelines (km) Other Pipelines (km) 8262 11105 5100 5100 29567 31938 8923 11994 5511 5510 Total Length (km) 17180 23100 10600 10600 61500 .14 15.12 13.10.8.7.11.6.Pipeline Projects (2005-2025) Total (2025) - Facilities 4th Plan 5th plan 6th Plan 7th Plan Major Pipelines 4.

Compressor Stations Plans (2005-2025) Facilities 4th Plan 5th plan 6th Plan 7th Plan Total (2025) Compressor Stations(NO.) 35 40 35 30 140 .

Underground Gas Storage Projects  No. of Storages 3  Operating capacity 60 MMSCMD (3 Months) USD 560 Million  Investment .

23.21) South Pars (Phases 22.Gas Treatment Capacity (Under Implementation) Refinery  Capacity(MMSCMD) 57 3.20.17.16.4 100 50 100 80 38 Commencement date 2011 2010 2008 2008 2012 2013 2014 Bidboland-II Ilam (Expansion) South Pars (Phases 6.24)       .10) South Pars (Phases15.18) South Pars (Phases 19.7.8) South Pars (Phases 9.

LNG Production Projects Capacity (mt/y) 10 Commencement date 2011 • Iran LNG • Pars LNG • Persian LNG 10 16.2 2012 2013 .

Investment in 2007 Plans and Projects under implementation (Downstream) (28 Billions USD) .

Achievements in 2025 • The third natural gas producer in the world • 10 percent share in global natural gas trade. through pipeline or by LNG • Domestic pricing deregulation on the track • Natural gas. dominant energy as feed stack and fuel • Privatization based on article 44 of constitution completely achieved .

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