Iran’s gas transportation company said on Saturday it had exported 1.2 billion cubic meters of gas to Iraq since June 2017.
Tukly said in a press statement that “the average export to Iraq ranges between 7 to 25 million cubic meters per day,” noting that “the volume of 1.2 billion cubic meters was exported through the Naft Shahr station to the capital Baghdad.”
In a related context, Toukli announced “the readiness of the company to start the process of passing Iranian gas to the province of Basra,” explaining that “the station was equipped Shalmge for this matter.”
He added that “the gas pipeline Ahwaz – Shalmge has been filled with gas effectively and that the export process for Basra will be launched as soon as the declaration of the Iraqi side readiness,” asserting that “the export of Iranian gas to Basra will reach up to 25 million cubic meters per day, like Baghdad.”

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