According to the report, Managing Director of Fajr Jam Gas Refining Company (FJGR) Hadi Hashemzadeh Farhang said that, since the Iranian calendar year of 1392 (2013-14), his refinery has produced and marketed 87,000 tons of liquefied petroleum gas (LPG).
Farhang said once the project for minimizing the mercaptan level of LPG produced is fully completed, considerable increase would have been observed in quality of the refinery’s LPG output.
He said in the first four months of the year (started on March 20), eight billion cubic meters of gas was refined in the refinery and it accounts for 27 percent of the Fajr Jam Gas Refining Company’s this year commitment.
He added that his company is now responsible to meet 15 percent of the country’s gas needs. "Since 1989, when the refinery was established, 695 billion cubic meters of gas have been refined and sent to the nationwide pipelines.
The official said that Fajr Jam Refinery receives its feedstock from Nar, Kangan and South Pars reserves. "Up to so far, 262 billion cubic meters of gas have been received from Nar field and 422 billion cubic meters gas from Kangan field."
He said since 2010, a collection of 15 billion cubic meters of gas have been received from the joint South Pars gas reserve.
Farj Jam Refining Company lies in eastern part of Boushehr Province and consists eight refining units, refining 125 million cubic meters of gas a day.