Islamic gas pipeline’s first agreement inked in Tehran

Iran’s Deputy Minister of Oil, Javad Oji, has reported on the conclusion of the first official agreement between Iran, Syria, and Iraq, in Tehran, for transit and export of natural gas.

(Ahlul Bayt News Agency) - The deputy minister of oil announced this report on Sunday, while adding that with the conclusion of the draft, the stage is set for transit of natural gas of the new phases of South Pars from the route of Iraq, and Syria to Lebanon and Mediterranean Sea coasts.

He reminded that, recently, throughout the trilateral Baghdad meeting, the three Muslim countries reached the final agreement for conclusion of this memorandum of understanding (MoU), and currently negotiations are underway between the officials of the three countries to set the time of conclusion of this MoU.

The 56-inch natural gas pipeline of Iran, Iraq, and Syria stretches to over 1,500 kilometers from Assalouyeh Port to Damascus, with the daily transference capacity of 110 million cubic meters of natural gas.


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