Completed and in Operation
The South Pars onshore facilities located in the mainland (TOMBAK) is designed for treating of 2000 MMSCFD reservoir fluid received from four wellhead platforms at a distance of about 130 km.
The facilities shall be developed on the basis of supplying treated lean gas to the domestic gas network and gaseous ethane to the nearby petrochemical complex at the required specifications while maximizing liquid recovery as treated C3 / C4 LPG and stabilized hydrocarbon condensate for export.
A dedicated 42" spur pipeline shall transport the produced lean gas to the domestic gas distribution network via dedicated fiscal metering facilities.
The stabilized - condensate - shall be - stored- in the floating roof - single wall- storage tanks, periodically pumped to VLCCs (Very Large Crude Carriers) by dedicated loading pumps through the loading facilities consisting of 36" condensate export pipeline, fiscal metering station and the SPM (Single Point Mooring).
The treated C3 and C4 LPG shall be stored separately in the refrigerated atmospheric double wall storage tanks periodically pumped to LPG carriers through dedicated loading/circulating pumps, dedicated liquid and vapor lines and fiscal metering packages to be installed within TOMBAK export jetty.