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Headquarters

P.O. Box: 75391 - 154,Pars Special Economic Energy Zone Org.,Assaluyeh, Boushehr Province,
I.R.Iran

Tel: +987727 37 63 30
Fax: +987727 37 63 18
Email: info@pseez.ir
Web site: http://pseez.ir


Pars Special Economic Energy Zone
PSEEZ is located adjacent to Assaluyeh, a village on the Persian Gulf, 280 Km southeast of Bushehr, 570 Km northwest of Bandar Abbas, and a 100 Km away from the offshore southern Pars Gas Fields in the Persian Gulf.

 

 Establishment
Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) was established in ‎‏1998‏‎ for the utilization of South ‎Pars oil and gas resources and encouraging commercial activities in the field of oil, gas and ‎petrochemical industries.‎

Objectives
Facilitating for the on-time execution of various oil and gas projects, providing the appropriate ‎foundation to attract local and foreign partnership with the aim of developing oil, gas and ‎petrochemical industries as well as inter-related and downstream industries, creating local job ‎opportunities and attracting skilled and semi-skilled workforce from neighboring provinces with ‎regards to its positive effects on economic prosperity in the provinces of Bushehr, Fars and ‎Hormozgan.‎

 

Location
This zone is located the Persian Gulf coast and ‎‏300‏‎ Km. East of Port of Bushehr and ‎‏570‏‎ Km. ‎West of the Port of Bandar Abbas and approximately ‎‏100‏‎ Km. away from the South Pars Gas ‎Field (Continuation of the Qatar’s Northern Dome).‎
Macro Grouping of Facilities and Services
• Central administrative and support: Central Local office, Industrial affairs, Infrastructural ‎services, Customs. Employment office, Social Welfare office, Visa, …‎
• Office and service centers: Banks head office, Post office, Police station, Driving & ‎Vehicle licensing office, Property registrar office, …‎
• Sports and recreational centers: Multi-Purpose gymnasium, enclosed swimming pools, ‎Open grounds sports, Water sports, sailors club, …‎
• Hygiene and medical centers: First aids emergency services, Polyclinic, General Hospital ‎for daily operations, Drugstore, …‎
• Technical and vocational training centers: Special oil, Gas & Petrochemical institute, ‎Research center, Applied university faculty, Library & Documents center, …‎
• Religion, arts and cultural centers: Multi-Functional assembly halls, Exposition hall, ‎chapel (Praying house) , …‎
• Fair and commercial centers: Central & Specialty fair complex, Trade center & Stock ‎exchange, Satellite information center …‎
• Residential / Guest house center: Guest House, First & Second class & International ‎hotels, Hotel apartment, …‎
• Welfare center: Restaurants, Central kitchen, Coffee shop, supermarket, Bakery, ‎Sanitary services, …‎
• Technical services: Consulting engineering & Contracting services, support & ‎procurement affairs, Transportation companies , … ‎
• Landscaping and parks: Public parks, Coastal & Roadside green spaces, Forestation, ‎Plant nursery, Environmental Protection, …‎
• Transport : Terminals, Car parks, Coastal & Roadside green spaces, Forestation, Plant ‎nursery, Environmental protection, …‎
• Infrastructural facilities: Port complex, Power plant, Electrical main & sub station, ‎Desalination plant, Water & Fuel tanks, Gas station, Telecommunications, Sewage ‎treatment plant, …‎
• Mobilization workshop: Consultants & Contractors camps, construction period sites, ‎Construction period warehouses, Construction period workshop, Construction material ‎depots, …‎
• Warehousing: Transit and industrial warehouses (Enclosed, Covered, Open) for bulks & ‎Pallets, Liquids tanks, Cold storage, … ‎
• Urban furniture: Propylaeum, Street lights, Traffic & Advertising signs, Telephone ‎kiosks, Transport stations, Site beautification, … ‎

 

Employed population & Workforce utilization
For the ‎‏10,000‏‎ hectares of developmental lands (‎‏6000‏‎ hectares industrial lands), based on an ‎average of ‎‏5‏‎ industrially employed persons )oil & gas industries, petrochemical downstream, ‎semi-heavy and mixed industries), there shall be ‎‏30,000‏‎ industrially employed persons, and the ‎same of employed in related services are forecasted at the project (total ‎‏60,000‏‎ persons inside the ‎zone during the development period).‎
• All employed issues shall be according to the client-laborer contracts.‎
• Laborer regulations at zone are based on “ILO” recommendations.‎

 

Legal Facilities for Investments


• Transit and export of goods through governing by special economic zones ‎
• Duties exemption for all Manufacturing and Industrial Investments
• Foreign investment and ownership (except for the land) up to ‎‏100‏‎ percent‎
• Exemption from any customs duties and tariff for importing raw materials, ‎machinery and spare parts
• Importing the goods produced in the zone to the main land equal to the amount of its ‎generated added value
• Sale and lease-Purchase of land to domestic investors and lease only to foreign ‎investors
• Easy issuance of entry visa for foreigners ‎
• Full guarantee of the foreign investment and is profits
• Full freedom of entry and exit of capital
• Allocation from the Oil Stabilization Fund

 

Banking Facilities


• Banking regulations at zone conform to international standard.‎
• Banking transactions with the main land shall be in either Rial or foreign currency of ‎choice and overseas transactions will be in the respected foreign currency.‎
• Foreign currencies shall not be controlled and the exchange of Rial to any foreign ‎currency is permitted.‎

The Zone Potential Investors


• Major oil, gas and petrochemical companies
• Major financial Institutions (including banks and investment companies)‎
• Service related companies (including the drilling and exploration equipment ‎manufacturers)‎
• Academic and educational institutions especially technician and vocational training
• Non-Oil and gas companies engaged in the downstream and mixed industries
• Service sector including banks, insurance companies, warehousing, and transport ‎companies, etc.‎

 

Bushehr Province at a glance


Bushehr province with an area of ‎‏27653‏‎ Sq. Km. is located in the south of Iran on the northern ‎coastline of the Persian Gulf. It is bordered from the north by Khuzestan and Kohgiloyeh – va – ‎Boyerahmad province, on the east by Fars province, on the southeast by Hormozgan province, ‎and on the south and the west by the Persian Gulf.‎
A census in ‎‏1996‏‎ registered the population of the province at ‎‏743,675‏‎ people. Almost all the ‎population of the province speak Farsi with local accents. Some inhabitants at Shif, Kangan and ‎Assaluyeh also speak Arabic.‎
The resistance of the people of the province especially Tangestan brave fighters against foreign ‎invading forces, as a part of the contemporary history has left lasting memories.‎
Bushehr province with more than ‎‏600‏‎ Km border with the Persian Gulf, consists of ‎‏9‏‎ township ‎and ‎‏22‏‎ cities, which its townships are Bushehr (province’s center), Dashhtestan, Dashti, ‎Tangestan, Genaveh, Kangan, Dayer,Daylam, Jam and Riz.‎ 


South Pars Gas Field


South Pars Gas field is the biggest independent gas reserve in the world which is shared by Iran ‎and Qatar. The field is ‎‏105‏‎ kilometers away from the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone. The ‎reservoir measures ‎‏9,700‏‎ square kilometers in total with ‎‏3,700‏‎ square kilometers owned by Iran. ‎According to latest figures, the field contains more than ‎‏14‏‎ trillion cubic meters of natural ‎world’s gas reserves and about ‎‏48‏‎ percent of Iran’s confirmed reserves.‎
With regards to the vast area of this gas field, its development in various phases with the aim of ‎supplying the increasing demand for the natural gas required for the country’s domestic ‎consumption, injection into the oil fields, exporting gas and condensates. Supplying gas as ‎feedstock for the petrochemical industry is on the agenda of the National Iranian Oil Company ‎‎(NIOC).‎
The field is already being developed in various phases; so far ‎‏14‏‎ gas processing plants have been ‎formulated. With regards to the reservoir’s capacity, the development phases can increase to ‎‏28‏‎ ‎phases or even more to further development, plus ‎‏15‏‎ huge petrochemical Complexes and a wide ‎range of downstream petrochemical industries, different related industries, semi-heavy industries, ‎marine industries and a substantial amount of service related facilities are predicted in this zone. ‎
Area and Boundaries
The zone is bounded on the north by the Zagros mountain range, on the south by the Persian Gulf, ‎on the west by the village of Shirino and on the east by the village of Chah Mobarak.‎
The total area is approximately ‎‏14,000‏‎ hectars and having deducted the alluvial lands and ‎environmentally protected territories; there will remain about ‎‏10,000‏‎ hectares of developmental ‎lands.‎

 

Preserved Land


The Nayband Bay is one of the most unique area in the south of Iran for the habitat and breeding ‎of marine life as well as mangrove trees.‎
Furthermore, the lands on the south of the Gavbandi River and south-east of the Zone are ‎declared as Preserved Lands by the Environmental Protection Organization of Iran.‎
Climate
• ‏27‏‎ Degree latitude and ‎‏52‏‎ degree longitude.‎
• Air temperature of between ‎‏5‏‎ to ‎‏50‏‎ degrees centigrade.‎
• Relative humidity of ‎‏59‏‎ to ‎‏88‏‎ percent.‎
• Mean annual rainfall of ‎‏80‏‎ mm.‎
• The natural slope of the land is from ‎‏0.1%‏‎ (On the coastline) to ‎‏8%‏‎ (on the mountain foot).‎
• Ground water table of – ‎‏1.0‏‎ to – ‎‏10.0‏‎ m.‎
• Average and scattered vegetation with some densely covered Palm and Mangrove trees.‎
• Predominant wind due to the particular local topography is from northwest to southeast


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