منطقه ویژه اقتصادی صنایع انرژی بر پارسیان
P . E . I . S . E . Z
PARSIAN ENERGY INTENSIVE
INDUSTRIAL SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE
 
 
 
Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Special Economic Zone

PEISEZ with an area of 9,800 hectares is located 15 km west of Parsian City in Hormozgan Province. The site is also located 20 km from the Persian Gulf International Airport (Assalouyeh) and 43 km from Pars Port. This region is one of the major development poles in the country, which allows for the establishment of various energy-intensive industries due to its economic, social, political, security, environmental and geographic stance.
Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Special Economic Zone emphasizes the country's macroeconomic policies for optimal utilization of energy resources; this emphasis is based on the fundamental role played by oil and gas resources in supplying the energy needed by various production sectors and foreign exchange earnings of Iran. Holding an important part of gas and oil reserves in the world (the first place in the global hydrocarbon reserves of the world's oil and gas), Iran is of high importance in supplying the world's energy. The South Pars gas field is the most important gas reservoir in Iran, which accounts for 47% of Iran's known gas reserves and about 8% of the world's proven gas volume.
In order to achieve an optimal exploitation of the country's oil and gas resources, especially the South Pars gas resources, production of processed oil and gas products, reduction of selling the crude gas and oil and development of industries that are in the energy intensive industries group have been emphasized in the socio-economic development programs. For instance, in the approval under "Logistics Design of Regions Affected by the South Pars Gas Field", the Cabinet of Ministers (2005) determined tasks for executive agencies in order to establish energy intensive industries in the Persian Gulf region.
In the framework of the above-mentioned approval, the Ministry of Industry and Mines, as the trustee of the industry and mining sector of the country, had to take actions for policy-making, planning and implementing the strategy for the development of energy intensive industries. The importance of implementing this plan is such that acceleration of the expected plans has been emphasized in the 5th development plan. The use of gas in the energy intensive industries does not have the limitations of the export of gas, and will create multifaceted benefits by providing more added value, employment, providing the ground for entering technology, forming a downstream industry chain and attracting domestic and foreign investment.
Energy intensive industries; the key to developing the southern shores
Intensive energy industries refers to the industries, in which the share of the cost of energy in total cost of production and its actual price is high. Examples of such industries include steel, aluminum, petrochemicals, cement, power generation, lead, zinc, copper, glass and bricks. The steel, aluminum, petrochemical, power production and cement, which are competing in the global and regional markets, were selected to be produced on the southern shores of Iran. It was intended to use foreign direct investment and top modern technology of the world to create these industries.
The idea of identifying and deploying energy intensive industries in the regions influencd by the South Pars Gas Field of Iran has been proposed a long time ago. The plan for the deployment of energy intensive industries on the southern shores of the country is one of the solutions intended to use gas in industries whose products can earn much more value added than the price of natural gas.
Serious actions have been taken in this area since 1998 when the South Pars Special Economic Zone was established. Its systematic planning has been reinforced by the development and final approval process of the 4th program of socio-economic development since 2003.
Energy intensive industries are generally capital and intermediary industries. As an upstream industry, they can expand a chain of downstream industries in the region and the country. This feature gives importance to the energy intensive industries as an effective tool in the area of industrial development and generating productive employment.
About two million job opportunities can be provided by allocating a part of South Pars gas resources to create energy intensive industries, which is one of the solutions stated in the country's high level documents. Considering the household size, approximately 3.5 people were hired for each job opportunity and about 7 million people were deployed on the southern shores that allows for removing part of the marginal areas of the country and balancing the development and proper distribution of the population in the country.
The use of gas in industries will increase its value by 3 to 15 times, and will increase earning and employment in the country. At present, allocation of 100 million cubic meters of gas per day from South Pars has been considered to be consumed in the energy intensive industries. However, if the development of energy intensive industries is prioritized in the country based on the relative advantages of the country, it is necessary to increase this amount and coordinate with the goals of the development of energy intensive industries in the country.

منطقه ویژه اقتصادی صنایع انرژی بر پارسیان
P . E . I . S . E . Z
PARSIAN ENERGY INTENSIVE
INDUSTRIAL SPECIAL ECONOMIC ZONE

PEISEZ with an area of 9,800 hectares is located 15 km west of Parsian City in Hormozgan Province. The site is also located 20 km from the Persian Gulf International Airport (Assalouyeh) and 43 km from Pars Port. This region is one of the major development poles in the country, which allows for the establishment of various energy-intensive industries due to its economic, social, political, security, environmental and geographic stance.
Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Special Economic Zone emphasizes the country's macroeconomic policies for optimal utilization of energy resources; this emphasis is based on the fundamental role played by oil and gas resources in supplying the energy needed by various production sectors and foreign exchange earnings of Iran. Holding an important part of gas and oil reserves in the world (the first place in the global hydrocarbon reserves of the world's oil and gas), Iran is of high importance in supplying the world's energy. The South Pars gas field is the most important gas reservoir in Iran, which accounts for 47% of Iran's known gas reserves and about 8% of the world's proven gas volume.
In order to achieve an optimal exploitation of the country's oil and gas resources, especially the South Pars gas resources, production of processed oil and gas products, reduction of selling the crude gas and oil and development of industries that are in the energy intensive industries group have been emphasized in the socio-economic development programs. For instance, in the approval under "Logistics Design of Regions Affected by the South Pars Gas Field", the Cabinet of Ministers (2005) determined tasks for executive agencies in order to establish energy intensive industries in the Persian Gulf region.
In the framework of the above-mentioned approval, the Ministry of Industry and Mines, as the trustee of the industry and mining sector of the country, had to take actions for policy-making, planning and implementing the strategy for the development of energy intensive industries. The importance of implementing this plan is such that acceleration of the expected plans has been emphasized in the 5th development plan. The use of gas in the energy intensive industries does not have the limitations of the export of gas, and will create multifaceted benefits by providing more added value, employment, providing the ground for entering technology, forming a downstream industry chain and attracting domestic and foreign investment.


 
Parsian Energy-Intensive Industries
Special Economic Zone (PEISEZ)
 
Intensive energy industries refers to the industries, in which the share of the cost of energy in total cost of production and its actual price is high. Examples of such industries include steel, aluminum, petrochemicals, cement, power generation, lead, zinc, copper, glass and bricks. The steel, aluminum, petrochemical, power production and cement, which are competing in the global and regional markets, were selected to be produced on the southern shores of Iran. It was intended to use foreign direct investment and top modern technology of the world to create these industries.
The idea of identifying and deploying energy intensive industries in the regions influencd by the South Pars Gas Field of Iran has been proposed a long time ago. The plan for the deployment of energy intensive industries on the southern shores of the country is one of the solutions intended to use gas in industries whose products can earn much more value added than the price of natural gas.
Serious actions have been taken in this area since 1998 when the South Pars Special Economic Zone was established. Its systematic planning has been reinforced by the development and final approval process of the 4th program of socio-economic development since 2003.
Energy intensive industries are generally capital and intermediary industries. As an upstream industry, they can expand a chain of downstream industries in the region and the country. This feature gives importance to the energy intensive industries as an effective tool in the area of industrial development and generating productive employment.
About two million job opportunities can be provided by allocating a part of South Pars gas resources to create energy intensive industries, which is one of the solutions stated in the country's high level documents. Considering the household size, approximately 3.5 people were hired for each job opportunity and about 7 million people were deployed on the southern shores that allows for removing part of the marginal areas of the country and balancing the development and proper distribution of the population in the country.
The use of gas in industries will increase its value by 3 to 15 times, and will increase earning and employment in the country. At present, allocation of 100 million cubic meters of gas per day from South Pars has been considered to be consumed in the energy intensive industries. However, if the development of energy intensive industries is prioritized in the country based on the relative advantages of the country, it is necessary to increase this amount and coordinate with the goals of the development of energy intensive industries in the country.
Energy intensive industries; the key to developing the southern shores
 
 
 
 
Tehran Office: No. 1713 - Ground floor - National Steel Company of Iran -  Above Vali Asr Square - Valiasr St. - South Parsian Energy Intensive Industrial Development Company 
Tel: +98 21  8889 9985
- +98 21 8890 0128
Address of Region: Hormozgan Province - Parsian City -15 Km of Parsian  Assaluyeh Roads - Koushkanar Route - Parsian Special Economic Zone , Tel: +98 764 46 74 507 - Fax: +98 764 46 74 500
Parsian Office: After the Police Station - Tejban Street - Parsian City - Hormozgan Province  Tel: +98 764 46 26 991 - Fax: +98 764 46 26 997 Postal Code: 79775-131