Petropars makes orders worth €165M to contractors

The CEO of Petropars Group announced that the company has made orders with a total worth of over EUR 165M of goods and equipment for the Central Treatment Export Plant (CTEP) of South Azadegan Field to Iranian contractors, manufacturers, and suppliers. 
According to the Petropars Group, Hamidreza Masoudi, emphasizing the maximum support for the country’s production and service capacity and the protection of Iranian goods, said: "During construction of Iran’s largest oil processing unit, 47 contracts have been signed with domestic consultants, suppliers, and contractors."
Noting that the goods and equipment sector is one of the most important platforms to support domestic manufacturers and suppliers, he added that 113 tender invitations with an estimated value of more than 165 million euros have been sent to domestic manufacturers and suppliers, which can pave the way to create or stabilize more than 10,000 jobs in the country.
Mr. Masoudi added that the contracts concern manufacturing of such items as gas compressors, electric motors (power and distribution), ground and underground pipelines, nitrogen production package, air conditioners, heat exchangers, instrument air package, TEG package, control, and instrumentation cables and steel frames.
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