IGAT 6 Gas Pipeline

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IGAT 6 Gas Pipeline (Iran Gas Trunkline-6) is an operational natural gas pipeline .[1]


The pipeline transfers natural gas produced in South Pars phases 6 to 10 from Asalouyeh to Khūzestān Province to be consumed there, in the west of the country, and in Iraq.

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Project Details

  • Operator: National Iranian Gas Company
  • Current capacity: 3,884.6 million cubic feet per day
  • Proposed capacity: N/A
  • Length: 600 km / 373 miles
  • Status: Operational
  • Start Year: 2017


Iran Gas Trunkline-6 (IGAT-6) is an operational natural gas transmission pipeline operated by National Iranian Gas Company. IGAT-6 is a part of the Iran Gas Trunkline more broadly - a series of large diameter pipelines constructed from areas in southern Iran to centers of consumption in Northern Iran.[2]

A build-oprate-transfer contract was signed for the project in July of 2015, and the project was first operational in December of 2017.[3]

Articles and resources


  1. Iran Gas Trunkline, Wikipedia, Accessed 3 February 2018
  2. Iran Gas Trunkline, Wikipedia, Accessed 3 February 2018
  3. IGAT-6 Launch in Late Dec., Financial Tribune, 10 December 2017

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