25% increase in Iran’s gas exports
Iran’s gas export
As a result of the active diplomacy of the 13th government of Iran in the field of energy, Iran witnessed a 25% increase in the volume of gas exports in the first quarter of 1401 compared to the same period in 1400. Also, in the last 7 months of 1400 compared to the same period of the previous year, the country’s liquefied gas export increased by about 15%.
One year has passed since the 13th administration of Iran was handed over to the 13th government, which started its work under the chairmanship of Ayatollah Seyed Ebrahim Raisi and with the slogan “People’s Government, Strong Iran”, and according to many experts and observers, in the history of governments after Revolution, no government has inherited problems, weaknesses and shortcomings from the previous government as much as the 13th government and Ayatollah Raisi.
The bad state of Iran’s macroeconomic indicators, budget deficit, devaluation of Iran’s national currency, high inflation and many other challenges that were the result of incorrect policies and actions in the years before 1400 of Iran created a situation that according to Ayatollah Raisi in his first appearance In the meeting of the government board that was held with the ministers of the previous government, the first challenge was the payment of salaries for the month of August!
Kian Group International Company is the largest supplier and exporter of petroleum products in Turkey, which with the cooperation of its representative in Iran , Kian Petroleum Company, is able to supply various oil, mineral and steel products directly from the doors of Iranian factories.
Iran’s gas production and export situation
Despite having the second largest gas reserves in the world, Iran has a small share in the global gas market. The neglect of most governments to the importance of gas export and playing a role in the world energy market has made Iran a marginal player in this market.
In such a situation, the 13th government has tried to make Iran’s role in the global gas market more prominent by using the country’s gas capacity. In the first step, the 13th government of Iran targeted the current Iranian gas markets and was able to slightly increase the country’s gas exports.
As a result of the active diplomacy of the 13th government of Iran in the field of energy, Iran witnessed a 25% increase in the volume of gas exports and a 43% growth in gas exports to Iraq in the first quarter of 1401 compared to the same period in 1400.
In addition, the 15% increase in the export of liquefied natural gas (LPG) in Iran and the decrease of 10% in the liquefied natural gas burned in the last 7 months of 1400 compared to the same period of the previous year have also been another success of the 13th government of Iran in the oil industry.
2.5 doubling of foreign exchange earnings from the export of oil, gas condensate, natural gas, petroleum products and petrochemical products in 1400 compared to the previous year was the result of the policies of the 13th government of this country.
705 million cubic meters production of South Pars gas field!
The increase in Iran’s gas exports is the result of the growth of gas production. The production of the South Pars gas field has increased in the last year and has reached a historical record of 705 million cubic meters of gas.
Gas swap has also been effective in increasing Iran’s export capacity. The swap of 4 million cubic meters per day of Iran’s gas with Turkmenistan will greatly contribute to the stability of Iran’s gas network and gas supply. Based on the signed contract, the volume of gas swap between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan is supposed to increase to 5.5 million cubic meters per day.
The development of Kish and North Pars gas fields of Iran, increasing the pressure of South Pars field, completion of LNG projects, gas swap and petroleum products, and the construction of gas export pipelines to Oman and Pakistan, are other actions of the 13th government of Iran in the gas sector.
Kian International Group Company is the largest exporter of LPG in Iran and the representative of Kian Petroleum Company in Iran to supply and supply all products of the Energy Exchange and Iran Commodity Exchange for various uses of industries and by selling products of the Energy Exchange and Iran. Commodity Exchange in Ring International, while meeting the needs of customers in foreign markets, has provided the possibility of offering a variety of steel products at competitive prices to domestic and foreign markets, which shows the high potential of the company in the field of steel.
For more information on the latest and latest supply announcements, contact our sales experts in Iran and Turkey.
Iran Office: 00983535227500 – 00989120525658
Turkey Office: 00905387445869