Asaluyeh Terminal

With an estimated 450 trillion cubic feet of gas, the South Pars Gas Field contains about 6.8 percent of the world's gas reserves. No wonder that Assaluyeh has come to include numerous gas processing and petrochemical complexes, as well as a wide range of downstream petrochemical industries, mixed industries, and semi-heavy industries in a total area of more than 3,000 hectares, which includes a plot of 920 hectares set aside for petrochemical industries, as well as 1,000 hectares allocated for the construction and expansion of downstream industries including polymers, rubber and plastic, synthetic fibers and textiles, industrial oils, resins and adhesives, paints and protective coatings, pesticides, detergents and chemical fertilizers.

Assaluyeh terminal is also known as South Pars Terminal for the export of condensate, as well as Pars Petrochemical Terminal for the export of LPG and chemicals.

Once completed, Assaluyeh is envisioned to include 30 phases, from which phases 1-12 are currently operational and phases 13-19 are at various stages of design and construction.

The followings are noteworthy:





Pars Petrochemical Terminals includes 15 berths with a water depth of about 14 meters, some of which are fully operational and the remainders are at various stages of construction:

General Cargo:

Sulphur is supplied by the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) at general cargo berths 3 and 4 at Assaluyeh.
Loading is usually carried out by bucket utilizing ship's gear.

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