BAKU, Azerbaijan, Feb. 22
By Elnur Baghishov – Trend:
Three pipelines for transportation of oil products were put into operation in Iran today on February 22, Trend reports citing the Shana news agency.
According to the report, Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh and other officials attended the event dedicated to the launch of the pipelines.
“A 293-kilometer-long, 26-inch Shazand-Qom-Ray pipeline can transport 300,000 barrels of product daily. A total of 2.5 trillion rials (about $59.5 million) was spent on construction of the pipeline,” the report said.
In addition, a 420-kilometers long, 20-inch Nain-Kashan-Ray pipeline can transport 204,000 barrels of oil daily. About 5.04 trillion rials (about $120 million) and 84.5 million euro was spent on the construction of the pipeline, the report said.
According to the report, the 220-kilometer-long, 14-inch Tabriz-Khoy-Urmia pipeline can transport 65,000 barrels of oil products per day. In total, 2.1 trillion rials (about $50 million) was spent on the construction of the pipeline.