Scope of the project: production and treatment of 4.2 million tons of liquid steel per year in MSC melt shop
Client: Mobarakeh Steel Company
Contract amount: Euro 19,2 million
Project completion: 2001
Scope of the project: supply of Steel Making Plant (“SMP”) for production of 1.5 million tons per year of slabs with steel grade of low medium and high carbon.
Irasco scope was to supply first fill of 6 months consumables, spare parts for two years, bulk material and mobile equipment.
Client: Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization IMIDRO
Contract amount:Euro 15.4 million
Initial date: February 2006
Project completion: June 2011
Scope of the project: realization of a Midrex Direct Reduction process plant with annual capacity of 800,000 tons of DRI in Neyshabour – Iran
Client: International Metals Production and Development Company (IMPADCO)
Contract amount: Euro 65 million
Initial date: January 2007
Project completion: November 2010
Scope of the project: realization of a 600 series Midrex Direct Reduction process plant for Iranian Ghadir Steel Company for production of 800,000 tons per year of DRI in Adakan-IRAN using natural gas and recycling it.This process has low energy consumption and low environmental impact, making it an environmental friendly process.
Client: Ghadir Iron & Steel Company IGISCO
Contract amount: Euro 70 million
Initial date: May 2007
Project completion: 2014
Scope of the project: direct reduction Plant for Arfa Iron and Steel Company (AISCO) for production of 800,000 tons per year of DRI in Adakan-IRAN using natural gas recycling it. This process has low energy consumption and low environmental impact, making it an environmental friendly process
Client: Arfa Iron and Steel Company AISCO
Contract amount: Euro 58.3
Initial date: July 2008
The commissioning started in November 2013
Scope of the project: consisting of a 600 series a Midrex module with all utilities and auxiliary sistems with Technical Specification under the Contract to produce 800.000 ton per year of Direct Reduced Iron in Neishabour, Iran
Client: Khorasan Steel Complex (KSC)
Contract amount: Euro 33.2 million
Initial date: November 2006
Project completion: 2017
Scope of the project: revamping steel making to increase MSC production from 2.4 to 4.2 million tons/year, upgrading the quality of products and reducing the cost of production
Client: Iritec/Mobarakeh Steel Company
Contract amount:Euro 8,7 million from Iritec, 40 million from MSC
Initial date: August 2008
Project completion: October 2010
Tabas Coal Mines are located 85 Kilometers south of the provincial town of Tabas in an area of 1200 square Kilometers.
Scope of the project: to establish the first mechanized coal mining in Iran designed for an ultimate run of mine capacity of 1.5 million tons and washed coal of 750,000 tons/year and enhance safety aspects of mining industry by respecting the European safety standards.
Client: National Iranian Steel Company NISCO
Contract amount: USD 153 million
Initial date: August 2001
Project completion: 2009
Scope of the project: to increase the copper production of the Sarcheshmeh Copper Mine and reach the production of 160.000 dry metric tons per year of Copper Concentrate.
Client: National Iranian Copper Industries Company NICICO
Contract amount: Euro 45,8 million
Date of signature: March 2009
Initial date: 2010
The commissioning started in December 2016
Scope of the project: the engineering, procurement construction and commissioning of seven gas compression stations, a gas treatment plant, 280 Km of gas pipe line and about 100 Km of power transmission lines, in Ahwaz, Mansouri, Ab-Teymour, Kupal e Marun areas in south west of IRAN. The purpose was to stop flaring of 6.8 million cubic meters of associated gases per day and to stop emission of 18,000 tons of pollutant per day.
Client: National Iranian Oil Company NIOC – PEDEC
Contract amount: 228.3 million USD
Initial date: April 2000
Project completion: 2007
Scope of the project: to install new onshore facilities at Kharg Island, in the Persian Gulf, including reception facilities for receiving offshore gases from onshore fields, onshore compression stations, NGL trains, processing facilities for the production of residue gas, ethane vapor, protect the environment from high amount of emission caused by the flaring of gases in the region
Client: Iranian Offshore Oil Company IOOC
Contract amount: Euro 179 million
Initial date: September 2006
Project in progress