Iran Approves 8 New Offshore Projects

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

October 7, 2019

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Ports and Maritime Organization (PMO) of Iran has announced the approval of the Marine Structures Licensing Committee with the extension and licensing of operation for 8 offshore structures in the north and south of the country.

The Director General of the Ports Engineering of PMO Mohammad Khalili stated that after reviewing the applicants' documents, which were obtained through the Comprehensive Management and Monitoring System of the Iranian Coast, the committee approved with establishment of 4 recreational dock in Guilan province and 2  Dock post at Qeshm Island.

He also cited renewal of construction permit for SPM installation in Qeshm Island; extension of construction permit for of floating structure; development of repair workshop in Hormozgan and issuance of license for refueling operation in Qeshm Island.

Extended Wes construction of floating repair workshop and 8 licensing in the province fueling dock on the island province Qshm- was also agreed.

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