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Tehran District

        

Tehran District is one the eleventh Districts of Iranian Oil Pipelines and Telecommunication Company (IOPTC).

 With 2050 km of 21 pipelines, 8" - 30", it is one of the vastest and most important Districts among Pipelines Districts. The center of this District is located in the south of Tehran and the eastern part of Tehran Refinery, in an area of 500612 m² and at an altitude of 1020m above the sea level.

This District, which is considered the center for moving oil products and crude oil from the south   to the north part of the country, is responsible for transporting fuel to Tehran, Semnan, Qazvin, Gilan, Mazandaran, and Zanjan provinces. It shares oil transportation with most Pipelines and Telecommunication Districts (Central, Isfahan, Northwest, Northeast, and North). Tehran District supplies the required fuel for Tehran capital city and Tehran province.

 

 

 

Feeding (crude oil) Tehran and Tabriz Refineries is among other responsibilities of this District. In this line, it receives more than 700,000 b/d of  crude oil  from Ahwaz- Ray 26", Isfahan-Ray 24" and Neka- Ray 30" pipelines . After feeding Tehran Refinery, the required crude oil for Tabriz Refinery is supplied via 16" pipelines form Tehran District.

In addition, the District supplies mazot and gas oil for Montazer Qaem, Bagher Abad, Gilan, Damavand and Shahid Rajaee Power Stations. This is done through the pipelines and terminals which lead to these Power Stations.

 

Certificates awarded 

Tehran District enjoying round the clock efforts of 400 employees believes in sustainable development. As a result of following the implementation of modern management systems, the District achieved   ISO 14000, ISO 9001, and OHSAS 18001 Certificates. It has also established Integrated Management System (IMS) and received   Certification   for Excellence commitment based on EFQM model. The District aims at continuous improvement in its activities.  

 

   

  Telecommunication Stations and Facilities

 

  Telecommunications Deputy of Tehran District renders service to operational zones, and   pipelines routes in this District as well as other defined Districts.

 

There are 31 Telecommunication Stations in Tehran District-including analog and digital microwave, fiber optic network, and local telephone centers, as well as mobile VHF systems. This is due to the wide stretch and importance of pipelines, pump stations and installations networks. Their task is to provide continuous and secure communications among different internal and operational units

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pump Stations (P.S.) and Installations

·         Receiving and dispatching Installations (18" Isfahan- Ray, 10" Ahwaz- Ray, and 16" Ahwaz- Ray Terminals)

·         Main Oil Pump Stations (14" Ray- Tabriz , 18" Ray- Qazvin- Rasht, 22" Ray –Shah rood and 16" Ray-Sari Pump Stations)

·         Periodical Pump Stations (12" Ray- Kan, 12" Ray- Ghoochak , 8" Ray- Mehrabad and 8" Ray- Montazer Qaem Pump Stations)

·         Ray crude oil Pump Station and Terminal (16" Ray- Tabriz Pump Station, 26" Ahwaz- Ray  , 24" Isfahan- Ray  , and 30" Neka- Ray Terminals)

·           Ray old  Terminal Installations (  10'' Ray – Karaj Pump Station , and refined oil products receiving  terminals to Ray Distribution Storage Facilities)

·         Cheshmeh Shoor pump station

·         Qazvin Pump station and Installations

·         Nowshahr Pump Station

·         Kan Installations Terminal

·         Ghoochak   Terminal facilities

·         Karaj Terminal facilities

·         Rasht Terminal facilities

·         Moghanak Pressure Reducing Installations

·         Rodbar Pressure Reducing Installations

·         Damavand Power Station Installations

·         Shahid Rajee Power Station Installations

·         Gilan Power Station Installations

·         Bagher Shahr Power Station

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1. Main Pump Station

This Station was established in 1973 near Tehran District at an altitude of 1020 m above the sea level in an area of 14,000 square meters. It has 4 oil products pump stations (14" Ray- Tabriz / 16" Ray- Sari / 18" Ray- Qazvin- Rasht / 22" Ray- Shahroud). Refined Oil Products such as gasoline, super gasoline, kerosene, gas oil, and jet oil are received by this Station from Ahwaz, Isfahan, and Receiving and Dispatching tanks, as well as Naphtha   from Tehran Refinery which are then moved to required destinations.

 

 

 

Ray- Tabriz Pump Station  

14" pipeline

This line/P.S. was installed in 1973. It is capable of transporting 60,000 barrels of oil products per day. Mileage from this line/P.S. to the next pump station is 113 km. Variety of products such as gasoline, kerosene, gas oil; A.T.K (fuel for Tabriz airport) and naphtha (for Tabriz Petrochemicals) are moved via this line to Zanjan, Western and eastern Azerbaijan, and Ardebil provinces. The pumping of products is done by 3 Parsons Peebles electro motors and Fan Generator with the power of 1100, 1300 KW, as well as United Pumps, 2+1 formation in series. One set of Booster Pump receives naphtha from Tehran Refinery with regulated pressure, and transports it to the main pumps.  

 

 

Ray- Sari Pump Station

16" pipeline

This line/P.S. began operation in 1983 and is capable of transporting 52,000 barrels of oil products per day. The distance to the next station is 180+060 km. It moves oil products such as gasoline, kerosene and gas oil to Mazandaran province. Products are pumped by 3sets of Parson Peebles, Net Peebles electro motors, and Acec Pumps, 1140 KW, 2+1 formation and in series.  

 

 

 

Ray- Qazvin- Rasht Pump Station

18"pipeline

Laid in 1984, Ray- Qazvin- Rasht pipeline carries 166,000 barrels of oil products per day. The mileage to the next station is 151+811 km. Oil products such as gasoline, kerosene, and gas oil are transported to Qazvin and Gilan provinces through this line/P.S., using 3 sets of Parsons Peebles elector motors, and ACEC Pumps   with the power of 1520 KW, 2+1 , in series  .  

 

 

Ray- Shah rood Pump Station

22"pipeline

This pipeline was laid in 1991 and is capable of transporting 180,000 barrels of oil products per day. Products such as gasoline, kerosene; gas oil and A.T.K (to supply Mashhad airport's fuel) are transported to Semnan and Khorasan provinces via this line/P.S. Products are pumped by 3 sets of Parsons Peebles electro motors and United Pumps with the power of 1500 KW, 2+1, Series. The mileage to the next station is 204 km.

 

2. Periodical Pump Station

This station is located near the center of Tehran District on Qom old road, Research Center Boulevard, and Ray Oil Installations, at an altitude of 1020m above the sea level in an area of 27500 square meters. It was established in 1974. It has 4 pump stations including Ray- Kan, Ray- Ghoochak, Ray- Mehrabad and Ray- Montazer Qaem.

 

Ray- Kan Pump Station

 12" pipeline

The Ray - Kan Line/P.S. was launched in 1974, carrying 55.000 barrels of oil products per day. Its mileage to the next installation (Kan) is 34 km. Products are pumped by 3 sets of ACEC, Elin electro motors and United Pumps, 460 KW. Products such as gasoline, super gasoline,   kerosene, and gas oil are transported via this pipeline to Kan Installations. The line/P.S. supplies the fuel for West and North West of Tehran capital city. 

 

 

Ray- Ghoochak Pump Station

 12"pipeline

Laid in 1974, Ray- Ghoochak pipeline transports 45,000 b/d of oil products per day. Its mileage to Ghoochak Installation is 32 km. This line/P.S. transports oil products such as gasoline, super gasoline, kerosene, and gas oil to Ghoochak Installation and supplies east and north-east of Tehran. The products are pumped by 3 sets of Eundn Schneider electro motors and Guinard Pumps/ 700 KW, 1+2/ parallel.

 

 

 

Ray- Mehrabad Pump Station

8"pipeline

 This pipeline was established in 1977,   transporting 30,000 barrels of oil products per day. The distance to Mehrabad Airport is 36+730 km. This lines transports ATK and JP4, the required fuel for Mehrabad Airport. Products are pumped by 3 sets of electro motors with the power of 240 KW and 4 sets of Booster Pumps.

 

Ray- Montazer Qaem Pump Station

 8" pipeline

Ray- Montazer Qaem pipeline started operation in 1978 and can move 25,000 barrels of oil products per day. The mileage to Montazer Qaem Power Station is 48+500 km. Required fuel of the Power Station is either pumped with 2 sets of Solar Turbines , 1000 and 12000 hp each , 1+1 , or with 2 sets of  existing electro motors , 1+1.

 The temperature of the crude oil which comes from Tehran Refinery is increased by 3 boilers and prepares it for transport.

 

3. Receiving and Dispatching Installations

This unit was established in 1978 near the center of Tehran District at an altitude of 1020 above the sea level in an area of 331760 square meters. Variety of oil products which are received through 10", 16" 24", 18" and 26" pipelines, and Tehran Refinery are stored in 3 storage Tanks with the capacity of 40 million liters each. Then 13 sets of Booster Pumps provide the required pressure for the adjacent stations around the central of the District.

 

Abadan- Ray Pump Station

 10" pipeline

 A set of 10" pipeline with the capacity of transporting 50,000 barrels of oil products per day starts from south route, crossing Cheshmeh Shoor enters Receiving and Dispatching Terminal. This line/P.S. carries oil products such as gasoline, kerosene, gas oil,   and jet fuel from south and Arak Refinery to Tehran.

 

Ahwaz- Ray Terminal

16" pipeline

A 16" pipeline with the capacity of transporting 128,000 barrels of oil products per day starts from the south, passes Cheshmeh Shoor, and enters the Receiving and Dispatch Terminal. This line carries oil products such as gasoline, kerosene, gas oil,   and super gasoline from the south, and Arak Refinery to Tehran.

 

 

 

 

Isfahan- Ray Terminal

18"pipeline

An 18" pipe line, with the capacity of transporting 145.000 per day, while passing Qom Pressure Reducing Station, enters "Receiving and Dispatching Station". The Terminal transports the products such as gasoline, kerosene, gas oil, super gasoline and jet fuel from Isfahan to Tehran.

A 20" pipe line carries the transported products from 24" Isfahan-Ray and 26" Ahwaz- Ray pipelines to this station. In addition, three 26" pipelines move the products such as kerosene, gas oil and gasoline by Booster Pumps to the other stations around the central of the District and storage tanks.

 

4. Ray- Old Installation and Ray- Karaj Pump Station

This Installation was established in 1957 at an altitude of 1020 above the sea level, near the center of Tehran District located in old road of Qom, Research Centre Boulevard, and Ray Oil Installations. It receives the products from Receiving and Dispatching Station, and Tehran Refinery and then transports them to Tehran Distribution Storage Facilities which are located near the Installations.

 

Ray- Karaj Pump Station

10"pipeline

This pipeline started operation in 2009 and replaced the old 8" pipeline which was in use since 1958. Ray- Karaj pipeline, with 52 km length, has the capacity of transporting 45.000 barrels of oil products per day and transports the products to Karaj. Products are pumped by 3 sets of General Electric electro motors and Bingham Pumps.  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5. Ray Crude Oil Terminal and Pump Station

This station was established in 1973 at an altitude of 1015 above the sea level in an area of 20 hectares. It is located in Tehran province, on old road of Qom and at the south east of Tehran Refinery. There are Terminals for 24" Isfahan- Ray, 26" Ahwaz- Ray, 30" Neka-Ray pipelines at these Installations. A 20" line along the 24" pipeline is stretched to Receiving and Dispatching Station   for transporting the oil products. Also, there is the 16" Ray- Tabriz pipeline.

 

Inlet lines

 

Isfahan-Ray Pump Station

 24"pipeline

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 245.000 barrels per day. Part of the required crude oil for Tehran and Tabriz Refineries is supplied through this line, via   Isfahan. In the case of emergency, products such as gasoline, kerosene, gas oil are received via 24" Isfahan-Ray pipeline which are then transported to storage tanks by a 20" pipeline.

 

Ahwaz-Ray Pump Station

26"pipeline

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 330.000 barrels per day. The required crude oil for Tehran and Tabriz Refineries is transported via Ahwaz by this line. In the case of emergency, the Station receives gas oil products through 26" Ahwaz pipeline and moves to Receiving and Dispatching Station.

 

Neka-Ray Pump Station

30"Pipeline

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 500.000 barrels per day in the third phase. At present, 120.000 up to 240.000 barrels of crud oil, which is imported from Middle Asian countries and used in Tehran and Tabriz Refineries, is moved to Ray crude oil Terminal   through this line.

 

Outlet lines

Ray-Tabriz Pump Station

16" pipeline

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 117.000 barrels per day and carries the crude oil to Tabriz Refinery. In emergency, the Station moves gas oil products via this line to Tabriz Storage and Distribution Facilities. Ray-Tabriz pipeline was laid in 1995 and is located at 115.5 km away from the next station. Crud oil is pumped by 3 sets of ABB electro motors with the power of 1989 hp, and Pignone United pumps with 2+1 formation in series.

 

 

6. Kan Installations

 

It was established in 1974 at an altitude of 1600 m above the sea level in an area of 5130 square meters. It is located in the North -West part of Tehran. This Installations supply the fuel for western part of the country.

 

 

 

 

Ray-Kan Pump Station

12"pipeline

A 12" line with the capacity of transporting 55.000 barrels per day, moves oil products by passing Tehran city, traveling 34 km, to Kan Installations.

 

Karaj Terminal Installations for 10" and 8" Pipelines

The Installations were established in 1960 in the Eastern part of Karaj County, near Malard Road,   neighboring the NIOPDC in Karaj District, at an altitude of 1137 above the sea level. Its mileage from the previous station is 46+900 km. It is located in an area of 3.000 square meters. There are 8" and 10" inlet pipe lines.

 

Ray-Karaj Pump Station

10"pipeline

This line starts from Ray and transports the oil products such as gasoline, kerosene and gas oil with the capacity of transporting 45.000 barrels per day to Karaj Installations and Storage Tanks.

 

8" pipeline branched off Ray-Qazvin 18" pipeline

An 8" pipeline with the length of 6 km is branched off Ray-Qazvin 18" pipeline, and   passes Karaj County. It moves oil products to Karaj County via Ray-Qazvin-Rasht pipeline to Karaj Installations and Storage Tanks.

 

 

8. Ghoochak Installations

These Installations were established in 1979 at an altitude of 1670 m above the sea level, in an area of 3200 square meters. It is located in the north -east of Tehran, at the beginning of Lashkarak Road, near   Ghoochak Storage Tanks. These Installations supply the fuel for eastern part of Tehran. The diameter of the inlet line to these Installations is 12".

 

 

 

 

 

Pipeline Pump Station

12"pipeline

The 12" inlet line to these Installations has the capacity of transporting 45.000 b/d refined products. After passing Tehran, this line transports the oil products such as gasoline, kerosene and gas oil to Ghoochak Installations.

 

9. Cheshmeh Shoor Pump Station

It was established in 1957 in Qom province, on the 45th km of Tehran-Qom Road, at an altitude of 910 above the sea level, in an area of 20.000 square meters. Its mileage from the previous Installations (Qom) is 70 km, and to the next Pump station (Receiving and Dispatching Station) is 68 km. Two 10" and 16" lines pass through   this Pump Station.

 

Pipeline Pump Station

10"pipeline

This pipeline has the capacity of transporting 50.000 barrels per day. This line starts from Abadan and after crossing Ahwaz, Abdolkhan, Sabzab, Bidroyeh, Tange Fanni, Pole Baba Hossein, Razan, Azna, Shazand, Arak Pump Stations and Qom Installations enters Cheshmeh shoor. It transports the products to Receiving and Dispatching Station; products such as gasoline, super gasoline, kerosene, gas oil, jet fuel,   are transported by this line.

 

Pipeline Pump Station

 16"pipeline

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 128.000 barrels per day. It starts from Ahwaz and after passing, Sabzab, Bidroye, Tange Fanni, Pole Baba Hossein, Razan, Shazand, Arak Pump Stations and Qom Installations enters Cheshmeh Shoor and transports the products(such as gasoline, super gasoline, kerosene, gas oil, jet oil)  to Receiving and Dispatching Station

 

Staff Facilities

Bakery / praying room / clinic/ club/ guest house/ swimming pool  

The consuming water is provided from qanat

There is 10 square meters green space at this station.

 

Qazvin Pump Stations and Installation

It was established in 1959 in the eastern part of Qazvin, near Qazvin-Tehran Road, at an altitude of 1282m above the sea level, in an area of 14 hectares. The mileage from the previous Installations (Karaj) is 104+811 km, and to the next pressure Reducing Station (Roodbar) is 160 km. There is an 18" inlet line and outlet line of 16" in this Station.

 

 

 

18" inlet line Installation

A line of 18" diameters and transporting 166.000 barrels per day enters   this Installation after supplying the fuel for Karaj Installations and Shahid Rajee Power Station.  The products are stored in 3 storage tanks to supply Qazvin province. The 16" outlet line moves the rest of the products from these Installations to Roodbar and Rasht.

 

Staff Facilities

Near Qazvin Installations and in an area of 55.000 square meters the staff and their families are provided with are 21 residential houses, a guest house, a praying room, park, recreational and sports spaces.

 

11. Roodbar Pressure Reducing Installation

It was established in 1985 in Gilan province, Roodbar county,   252 km from Ray-Rasht pipeline in east of Roodbar highlands.  It is located at an altitude of 808 m above the sea level, in an area of 1500square meters. The mileage from the previous Installation (Qazvin) is 99+410 km and to the next one (Rasht)   64+496 km. A 16" line enters   the Installation and a 14" outlet line stretches out to Rasht.

 

14" pipeline Installation

It has the capacity of transporting 90.000 barrels per day. The installation reduces the pressure, and moves the received products from Qazvin to Rasht Installations.

 

 

 

12. Rasht Terminal Installations

Rasht Terminal Installations were established in 1960 in Gilan province, south of Rasht city, Navy Square, at the beginning of the Sangsar Road, in Rasht NIOPDC. The installations are at an altitude of 506 m above the sea level, in an area of 4400 square meters. Its mileage from the previous Pressure Reducing Station (Roodbar) is 64+496 km. The inlet line's Diameter is 14" .There is also a 16" line to move the imported products from Anzali Harbor to Rasht.

 

14" pipeline

This pipeline moves 90.000 barrels per day. This pipeline starts from Ray (18") and stretches to Qazvin (16"), and carries the products to Roodbar .It stretches to Rasht Installation with a diameter of 14".

 

13. Moghanak Pressure Reducing   Installations

These Installations were established in 2003 in Tehran province, on the 65th km of Tehran-Firouzkooh Road, at an altitude of 1834 m above the sea level in an area of 10.000 square meters. Its mileages from the previous pressure Reducing station (Orim) is 88 km and to the next pump station (Ray) is 97+806 km. A 32" line enters   the Installations and exits as a 30" pipeline.

 

30" pipeline

It has the capacity of transporting 500.000 barrels per day. It starts from Neka with 32" diameter and after passing Sari, Gol Pole and Orim Pump Stations, it enters Moghanak. From there it moves the crud oil to Ray crued oil Terminal via a 30" pipeline.

 

Staff Facilities

Guest house (15 rooms) / praying room/ recreation saloon/ security building

 

14. Nowshahr Pump Station

This Station was established in 1987 in Mazandaran province, Nowshahr County, near Bandar Nowshahr (harbor) in an area of 480 square meters, at an altitude of zero above the sea level.

 

 

12" / 16" pipeline Installation

This line/P.S. has the capacity of transporting 57.000 barrels per day, and with 10+800 km length .It carries oil products from Bandar Nowshahr (harbor) to Chaloos Distribution Facilities. Products are pumped by 2 sets of General Electric Booster Pumps with the power of 110 KW.

 

15. Damavand Terminal Installations

Damavand Terminal Installations were established in 2008 in Damavand Power Station. The required gas oil fuel is transported by a 12" line to these Installations and then goes through the Power Station storage tanks.

 

12" pipeline Installation

A 12" line of 3 km length branches off Ray-Shah Rood pipeline, locate 41 km from the main Pump Station with the capacity of transporting of 90.000 barrels per day. It supplies required gas oil for the Power Station. This line was laid in 2008.

 

 

16. Shahid Rajee Power Station Facilities

Shahid Rajee Power Station Installations were established in 2008 at Shahid Rajee Power Station. The required gas oil fuel for the Station is provided via a 12" pipeline.

 

12" pipeline Installation

A 12" pipeline of 5 km length branches off Ray-Qazvin 18" pipeline at km 21st of Qazvin Power Station. It has the capacity of transporting 90.000 barrels per day. It supplies the required gas oil of the Power Station. It was laid in 2008.

 

17. Gilan Power Station Terminal Installation

This Installation was established in 2008 in Gilan Power Station. The required gas oil fuel is transported by 12" pipeline to Installation and its storage tanks.

 

 

 

 

12" pipeline Installation

 

A 12" pipeline of 3.6 km length branches off Roodbar-Rasht 14" pipeline at km 15th from Rasht Installation. It has the capacity of transporting 75.000 barrels per day. It supplies the necessary gas oil of this power station. It was laid in 2008.

 

18. Bagher shahr power station

Ray- Bagher shahr Power Station

12"pipeline

A 12" line of 6.7 km length with the capacity of transporting 27.000 barrels per day supplies the necessary gas oil for the Power Station. It was laid in 1996.