The contract for the development of the oil-fueled “Toshan” and “Alpha” oil refineries on the continental shelf was handed over to Khatam Al-Awsiya Construction Station by quitting the bidding process.
What is the base, where come from and who are their actual shareholders?
On the face of it, the site is a consortium formed in 2010 by the Minister of Oil from five major contractors of Iran’s oil and gas projects directly and indirectly controlled by the Revolutionary Guards, to replace the British- Dutch “Shell” and Spanish company “Repsol”.
The initial contractors of this consortium were the Khatam-ol-Anbia Construction Headquarters, which is the main shareholder, and the “Oil Construction Company (Oviq),” Marine Engineering and Construction Company, ISUAIKO and Sadra, all of which The four companies are somehow affiliated with the corps. The other shareholders are the consortium. For example, the involvement of the IRGC in these companies is the same as the main corporation of Sadra’s main shareholder.
In fact, Khatam al-Awsia’s construction site, as the sister company of the Khatam-ol-Anbia Construction Station, entered the oil and gas field of the country to coincide with, along with other subsidiary companies affiliated to the Revolutionary Guards Corps, the mastery of the oil and gas industries Complete the country.
Khatam Al-Avesiya Construction Station in July 2010 concluded contracts for Phases 13 and 14 of the South Pars field with a value of approximately $ 5 billion, without any formal tendering procedure, and effectively replaced the companies “Shell” and “Rapsol” in the phases 13 and 14 South Pars.
With the signing of the Tonan Oil and Tanker Oil Development Plan, which took place yesterday, the number of contracts signed between the Oil Ministry and the two sisters, Khatam Al Anbia and Khatam Alavsya, reached 51 contracts, the volume Its funding is more than $ 17 billion.
“Khatam-ol-Namiba construction site” has been present in different fields such as dam construction, irrigation networks, construction of water, gas, infrastructure, tunnels, underground structures, ports, reservoirs, refineries, floating structures, quays and agricultural industries. In 2006, he has been very active in the field of oil, gas and petrochemical industry of the country.
This site is currently operational in more than 30 large projects of upstream and downstream industries in the oil and gas industry of the country. Except for the previous contracts signed with the Ministry of Oil, it is currently under way to finalize more than $ 10 billion in new contracts for various projects, such as the development of three phases of South Pars development, the construction of oil and gas transmission lines, development The Ilam refinery and the development of the Susengard large oil field, the oil ministry and the Khatamalan Bia construction site are underway.
Of course, it’s worth $ 10 billion, other than the $ 5 billion contract that the oil ministry has received from the Khatam-ol-Naniba construction site to the final phase.
The most important contracts signed with this station in the oil and gas sector of the country are:
$ 2 billion contract for South Pars phases 15 and 16 development.
The Phase 22-24 joint-stock contract for South Pars has a value of approximately $ 5 to $ 6 billion.
The contract for the third part of the 6th gas pipeline worth 1.3 billion dollars.
The $ 1.3 billion contract for the first phase of the seventh nationwide pipeline called Peace Pipeline.
Development of the Ilam gas refinery at an estimated cost of $ 120 million.
Neka-Jask oil pipeline contract worth more than $ 3 billion.
Construction of three oil pipelines in Khorasan, Kerman and Hormozgan provinces worth $ 850 million.
Development of Halgan and Gardens gas fields worth around $ 1 billion.
LNG project worth $ 500 million.
The contract for the construction of a pipeline between Ethan and Ethylene and LNG is worth more than $ 1 billion.
As we know, “Khatam-ol-Anbia construction site” is a part of the Revolutionary Guards, which was established on the orders of Ayatollah Khamenei in 1989.
Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf, the current mayor of Tehran, and former commanders of the Revolutionary Guards in 1368, was the first commander of this place. After him, Commander-in-Chief Seyyed Yahya Rahim Safavi, the former commander of the Revolutionary Guards, commanded the site. Following him, Commander Mohammad Ali Jafari, the current commander of the Revolutionary Guard Corps, became commander of the camp. Sardar Ghasemi then became commander at the head of Khatam al-Anbia. It is worth noting that the strategy of entry into the oil and gas industry of the country since the command of these three operations was carried out. As we know, after the appointment of Rostam Ghasemi as the oil minister, the commander-in-chief of the Revolutionary Guard, during the reign of Sardar Abolqasem Mozafari, appointed Shams as the new commander of the construction site of Khatam-al-Anbia.
Ghaem building headquarters, Noah’s station, Karbala construction headquarters, and Kowsar construction site are the subsets of Khatam-ol-Anbia’s construction site.
The process of mastering the IRGC has taken place on the country’s oil and gas industries in the overall context of military-security dominance over the country’s economy. The Revolutionary Guards have come to this conclusion, and the strength of the security forces has been the basis for this domination.
In this regard, the Basijis, who have so far been deprived of access to the country’s oil and gas industries and access to this widely colored tablecloth, came in contact with the current Minister of Oil, Sardar Ghasemi. On the occasion of the third anniversary of Khordad, the day of the liberation of Khorramshahr, a memorandum of cooperation between the Basij and the Ministry of Oil between Sardar Ghadi, the head of the Basij Mostazafin organization and Rostam Ghasemi, the oil minister signed. According to the Fars News Agency, this memorandum is subject to the participation of engineers, professors and Specialists of Basij are descendants of the country’s oil and gas industry in order to accelerate the process of self-sufficiency in the country’s oil and gas industries.
This news brings to mind that we have bases for disadvantaged people, specialists and engineers in the field of oil and gas, which so far have not been possible to provide their services.
Meanwhile, the Army Investment Company, known as Sata, also entered into work, and since then it has not been widely recognized as an investment, partnership, and even implementation of projects related to the oil and gas industry in the country. Not left Hamid Reza Eskandari, CEO of Sata Investment Company, today announced in a statement with Mehr News Agency that he has contributed to the Khatam al-Awsaia headquarters for a massive gas project and announced that the stock of some of the major oil, petrochemical and refinery companies to the capital company The armed forces have been entrusted.
Managing director of Sata Investment Company said that he has already purchased this stake in Iran’s major oil, gas and petrochemicals companies. He stated that in the current situation, Sata is the main shareholder of the Marun Petrochemical Complex as the world’s largest PVC production chain. , Passport Petrochemical Complex and North Drilling Company.
The official said that Bushehr Petrochemical Company was one of the largest petrochemical plants in the Middle East region, and in addition to gas sweetening, the unit was built in the form of ethylene, poly Ethylene and methanol are also on the agenda.
We started the news about Khatam al-Awsiya’s site and, by knowing the small part of how military-security oligarchy dominates the oil and gas industry in our country, we end this radio magazine.
Source » fa.rfi.fr