Iranian Gas Trunk line–IGAT VII is a 902km-long onshore pipeline project operated by National Iranian Gas. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 56 inches, starts at Bushehr (Iran) and ends in Sistan and Baluchestan (Iran).
The Iranian Gas Trunk line–IGAT VII project started operations in 2010 and is owned by National Iranian Gas.
The Iranian Gas Trunk line–IGAT VII project is associated with the 120km IGAT VII–Kish Island.
About National Iranian Gas
National Iranian Gas Co (NIGC) is an oil and gas company that supplies natural gas to the power generation plants. The company’s products include synthesis gas, urban gas, compressed natural gas, sweet gas, liquefied natural gas, liquid gas, natural gas liquids, flare gas and substitute natural gas. Its synthesis gas is used as a fuel and hydrogen source for the production of ammonia, methanol and hydrogenation in refining operations. NIGC offers maintenance of refineries, distribution and marketing of natural gas, and high voltage transfer pipeline services. The company constructs natural gas treatment plants, compressor stations, pressure pipelines, gas supply networks, underground natural gas storage facilities, and others. NIGC is headquartered in Tehran, Iran.
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