Project Name: Increasing Imam Taghi Oil Pump Station Capacity Client: National Iranian Oil Engineering and Construction Company (NIOEC) Partner(s): Oloum Bonyan Field of Activity: Oil & Gas Contract Type: Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Commissioning (EPCC) Region: Razavi Khorasan – Iran Coordinates: 35°57’54.0″N 59°25’30.0″E Delivery Date: 2010
The Increasing Imam Taghi Oil Pump Station Capacity Project was held in Razavi Khorasan Province by Hirbodan Company in 2010, recommended by National Iranian Oil Engineering and Construction Company (NIOEC) in the form of EPCC contract.
- Performing 20 km of 8″ Pipeline
- Construction of 3×20,000 m3 Storage Tanks
- Supplying 3 Transfer Pumps
- Supplying 2 Booster Pumps
Imam Taghi Oil Pump Station
Imam Taghi Oil Pump Station, located in Razavi Khorasan province, has been built to transfer Gasoil, Gasoline and Kerosene from this station to Torbat-e Heydarieh Storage Facilities via an 8″ pipeline.
This pump station which is 92 km far from Torbat-e Heydarieh is located in the vicinity of the existing Sabzevar-Mashhad 20” pipeline.
This project, carried on in three specific fields, is performed in the form of EPCC contract to provide:
- New pump station, including three Transfer Pumps and two Booster Pumps
- Three tanks with 20,000 m3 (cubic meters) capacity each
- Performing 20 km of 8″ pipeline.
Having fulfilled this project, the capacity of the Imam Taghi Pump Station is increased from 22,000 BPSD (barrels per stream day) to 29,500 BPSD of Gasoil and 36,200 BPSD to 38,878 BPSD of Gasoline.