MAPNA Group Boosts Iran’s Oil and Gas Industry with Localized Turbocompressors

The localization of turbocompressors by MAPNA Group is a positive development for the country’s oil and gas industry, according to Mohammad Reza Parsapour, the CEO of Neyr Perse Company.

He spoke to reporters at a gas industry exhibition in Ardestan, Isfahan Province.

He said that the company’s policy of using domestic equipment for its projects has resulted in a major project that will see 100 Iranian turbocompressors.

Neyr Perse Company, MAPNA Group’s oil and gas subsidiary, is committed to using locally-made equipment in its current and future projects, he added.

He stated that most of the equipment for the project of supplying 100 turbocompressor units were manufactured in Iran by MAPNA Group.

He reported that the company has delivered 76 turbines and 71 compressors to Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company, the project’s client.

He emphasized that the timely delivery and quality of the equipment and materials are essential for the project’s success, and estimated that the project would be completed and operational on time.

The project is a collaboration between Neyr Perse Company, MAPNA Turbine Engineering and Manufacturing Company (TUGA), and MAPNA Electric & Control Engineering & Manufacturing Company (MECO).

The project involves the design, supply, manufacture, handover and supervision over installation and commissioning of 100 turbocompressors for IGAT, Iran’s nationwide gas trunk line network. The project has been implemented in three phases, with the degree of localization increasing in each phase. The turbocompressors are installed in various locations along the IGAT 4 & 8 lines, and their installation is done by the client, Iranian Gas Engineering and Development Company. Energy Industries Engineering & Design (EIED) is the consultant of the project. Neyr Perse executes the project on behalf of the parent company. The contract between MAPNA Group and the Ministry of Petroleum for this project was signed in 2007.

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