Aiming to safeguarding pipelines in places where both seasonal and permanent rivers pass, preliminary engineering studies will commence soon.
According to NISOC Department of Contracts & Legal Affairs this project includes indentifying the places where oil, gas and NGL pipelines cross, safeguarding fluid transmission operation with maximum regard to environmental issues and procuring required equipment for prompt reaction in case of any leakage from pipelines.
The value of the project is estimated at $2.2 million, and it is scheduled to be carried out within a 12- month period.
As the largest oil producer, National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) operates in Kouzestan, parts of Kohgilouyeh & Boyer Ahmad, Fars and Boushehr provinces.
22,000 kilometers long of oil, gas and NGL pipelines lay within the company.
NISOC output accounts for 80% of total domestic production.