Gachsaran Oil and Gas Company

Subsidiary (100 %) of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC)

Status:Medium Alert – Entities sanctioned in the past for Terror or Illicit activities / WMD related / Human rights violations.

Risk Level:unknown %

Subsidiary (100 %) of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC);

Gachsaran Oil and Gas Production Company (GOGPC), a subsidiary of NISOC, is the second largest crude oil producer. The head office of GOGPC is located in the Kohguiluyeh Boyer Ahmad province, but its installations are also in Khuzestan, Bushehr and Fars provinces. GOGPC has become the hub of crude oil exports because a main pumping station is run by this company;

This company is responsible for production from 15 operating oil fields, three planned fields and six unplanned fields. GOGPC operates 750 wells, ten production units, five desalting factories, twelve pressure booster and gas injection stations, three gas and liquefied gas refineries, eight chemical labs, six water supply units, slug catchers, 74 wellhead separators, 102 gas and oil separation units, three power stations and 6,700 kilometers of pipeline with diameters as much as 52 inches. Moreover, in order to realize enhanced production objectives, the company has embarked on major projects for gas gathering, construction of desalting units and development of new oil fields. Among them are development of Chaharbisheh, Pazanan and Roudak fields, establishment of Gachsaran 3 and 4 and Bibi Hakimieh 1 desalting factories, construction of new gas injection stations in Gachsaran and Bibi Hakimieh, gas and liquefied gas refinery precondensation station and renovation of Goureh pumping station;

Also Known As:
Gachsaran Oil & Gas Company
Gacharsan Oil Gas Co.
Gacharsan Oil

Involved In:
Nuclear Weapon Program


Gachsaran Kohkiluye-va-Boyer Ahmad Iran

(+98) 7422222581

Reason for the color:
» Listed by the European Union in October 2012 as an entity linked to Iran’s proliferation-sensitive nuclear activities or Iran’s development of nuclear weapon delivery systems;
» Removed from the E.U. list in January 2016 as part of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action;