TANAVOB Company in 5th International Construction & Energy Conference
5th International Construction & Energy Conference was held on 16 Nov 2015 in presence of Dr Es’haq Jahangiri, Vice president and Dr Abbas Akhoundi Minister of Roads and Urban Development
TANAVOB Company was honored to achieve construction & energy award.
TANAVOB in Sharif University
On the occasion of 50th foundation anniversary, Sharif University will hold “Sharif Technology Family Achievements Exhibition” on 17,18 Nov 2015 .
As Mr Mobasseri, Mr Valizadeh – founders of TANAVOB Company – are sharif graduates, this year, TANAVOB will participate in “Sharif Technology Family Achievements Exhibition”.
Siraf refining project construction to kick off
Siraf is the first experience of Iran’s petroleum industry in gas condensate refining.
The project is expected to come on-stream in three years. The Siraf refineries would produce gasoil, jet fuel, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and naphtha.
Siraf refining project will have a capacity of 480,000 b/d of gas condensate (eight 60,000 b/d refineries).
Zangeneh has said that the construction of Siraf refineries would be a major step in ending sale of raw materials.
“With the construction of Siraf refineries, an important step would have been taken in preventing crude [oil and condensate] sales,” Zangeneh said.
He said Siraf project is the first of kind by Iran’s petroleum industry, adding that this is the first time feeding refineries is put to tender.
Zangeneh said privately-owned companies have been selected to run the project.
“The size of these refineries has been such that besides being economical, the private sector could invest in. To that effect, eight 60,000-b/d gas condensate refineries have been envisaged,” said the minister.
Zangeneh said Siraf Refining Infrastructure Company was established with a capital investment of nearly $3 billion to operate the project.
“After the construction of these refineries, we will no longer have any condensate for exports and an important step would have taken for preventing crude sales,” he said.
Hamid Mobasseri, managing-director of Tanavob Co., said the first step towards completing value chain in the petroleum industry would be to put an end to crude sales.
“Selling gas condensates is not in the country’s interests. But the only measure decided for transforming these gas condensates has been the construction of a Siraf-style refining complex,”he said, according to Shana.
Mobasseri said the naphtha produced from Siraf is expected to be used for feeding downstream petrochemical plants
TANAVOB in 20th Iran Oil Exhibition
The second largest OPEC producer, Iran sits atop 11 percent of oil and 18 percent of gas reserves in the world. Every year, the country hosts an international Oil Show in different oil, gas, refining and petrochemical sectors. It is among the most significant oil and gas events in the world in terms of the number of participants and its diversity. The presence of famous foreign companies as well as domestic producers and industrialists provide a good chance for mutual cooperation in view of signature of contracts.
20th International Oil, Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition, held on 6-9 May 2015 , in Tehran International Exhibition.
Siraf Refineries Complex
In 2014, Petroleum Ministry of the Islamic Republic of Iran planned to develop a complex known as “Siraf Refining Park” which will be located in Iranian Coast of the Persian Gulf at the Tombak Region (50 km West of Assaluyeh). Condensate will be mainly supplied from existing gas refineries in mentioned region. This complex is one of the world’s largest projects and includes eight condensate refineries.
Siraf Condensate Refinery Complex will be completely implemented by the private sector and aims to prevent further sales of crude in favor of selling the end products. Eight condensate refineries will be built in Siraf region of Bushehr province, between phases 13 and 19 of South Pars gas field over an area of about 280 hectares. The complex includes eight condensate refineries with total capacity of 480,000 bpd which will produce a daily total of 22,040 barrels of LPG, 115,616 barrels of light naphtha, 191,504 barrels of heavy naphtha, 33,200 barrels of kerosene, and 106,528 barrels of diesel.
Siraf is one of the oldest main ports in Iran and the Middle East , and was the site of large ships mooring.