Kish gas drilling by National Iranian Oil Company (NIDC) has entered the final stage with the aim of producing one billion cubic feet (bcf) of gas per day. Kish gas field is located 30 km east of Lavan Island in the Persian Gulf, Tasnim News Agency reported. The National Iranian Oil Company discovered the field back in 2006, which holds 66 trillion cubic feet (tcf) of gas in place, of which 50 tcf are recoverable. The development plan of the gas field will be implemented in three phases. The first phase of the gas field will be completed with the aim of producing 3 bcf of gas, 45,000 barrels of natural gas condensates and 2.9 bcf of low-density gas per day. Kish gas reserves lie at a depth of 3,800 to 4,300 meters. The gas field has a length of about 32.2 kilometers and a width of 22.5 kilometers.
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