Turkmenistan–Iran is a 200km-long onshore pipeline project operated by Turkmengaz. This gas pipeline, with a maximum diameter of 40 inches, starts at Balkan Province (Turkmenistan) and ends in Golestan (Iran).
The Turkmenistan–Iran project started operations in 1997 and is owned by Turkmengaz.
The Turkmenistan–Iran project is associated with the 537km Turkmenistan Western Gas Transmission.
“Turkmengas” is the biggest production and economic complex of Turkmenistan. Its activities include the development, production of natural gas and gas condensate fields in the territory of Turkmenistan. The company also process and transports the natural gas to consumers in the country. It also manages more than 30 gas condesate fields of Turkmenistan such as “Garashsyzlygyn 10 yyllygy”, “Gazlydepe”, “Bagaja”, “Dovletabat”, “Shatlyk”, “Malay”, “Kerpichli” and others. Turkmengas is headquartered in Ashgabat, Turkmenistan
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