Mining Activity In Iran

-Holds 7% of the total world’s minerals

 - One of the 10 countries with large Cu, Pb, Zn, Fe reserves

 - World-class copper deposits

- Significant supplier of iron ore and chromite

- 4 the largest producer of Cement

- 10th largest producer of Steel

- One of the 10th producer of Molybdenum, Feldspar, Fluorspar, Limestone, Dimensional stone and Barite.

- More than 5800 mines in operation & >2800 abandoned mine

 - One of the leading mineral producers in the Middle East by 450Mt extraction

- Iran is one of the 15 most mineral-rich countries in the world

- employing >100,000 people directly

There are 68 types of mineral, with an estimated value of $700 billion  

- Total proven reserves of metallic and non-metallic deposits are estimated at 55 billion tons  

- Iran with roughly 1% of the world's population and area holds more than 7% of the world's total mineral reserves.  

- Metals and minerals contribute a mere 1.2% to the country’s GDP, despite Iran being the 15th most mineral-rich country

 - Before sanctions, Iran exported to 159 countries including China, India, Iraq, the United Arab Emirates, and Afghanistan   

- More than 12000 known mineral occurrences

 - Iran ranks 2 and in the world for natural gas reserve and 4 the in oil reserve

- Iran has the largest and most diverse manufacturing base in the Middle east

Young educated people, Iran has a strong labor force with >55% of skilled workers

- Large domestic market

- Developed infrastructure, telecommunications, and energy

 - 12000 Km railways

- 220000 Km road network

 - 11 commercial ports

- 54 airport


Pars Aria Development (TPA) provides engineering services management to creating drilling and completion procedures.

Our engineering services include:

  • Project Management
  • Drilling/Completion programs and procedures, including cost estimation
  • Workovers and Production monitoring
  • Directional planning


Pars Aria Development (TPA) has provided drilling engineering support to many companies that needed additional expertise to drill horizontal wells. With (TPA) experience drilling horizontal wells, (TPA) was able to save these operators significant capital. Drilling engineers review offset well data and current drilling practices to optimize your drilling projects. In the initial planning stages, drilling engineers provide permits and AFE estimates. Drilling engineers provide casing, cement, mud and directional plans for permitting and the drilling prognosis.(TPA) drilling engineers also assist in rig selection and help negotiate the drilling contracts. To minimize well costs, our emphasis is on drilling the most cost efficient well possible by reducing the number of drilling days. As the well is drilled, the (TPA)drilling engineers take daily calls from the drilling rigs and provide input as to well optimization – bit selection, hydraulics and drilling parameters. (TPA) engineers also work closely with on-site consultants to provide recommendations in trouble situations such as stuck pipe, sidetracks, lost circulation and fishing operations.


(TPA)has been involved with the progression of horizontal, multi-stage completions that have helped turn the Bakken into a world class oil play. (TPA)has expertise with a wide range of completion technologies including microseismic, fracture stimulation design, job execution and flow back analysis. The completion engineering and field expertise gained over the past five years by our team has allowed us to help minimize costly problems with the increasingly complex multistage horizontal completion. RPM’s frac engineers have a vast amount of experience in fracture stimulation, flow back design and implementation.

Our consultants’ experience includes high rate and high pressure fracs, slick water, linear and cross linked gel fracs, CO2, acid and diesel fracs. (TPA)provides both design and field operations engineering support. With the ever increasing demand for frac crews, clients benefit from the close relationships (TPA)has developed with suppliers and service companies.



·        Casing running

·        Completion Running

·        Cementing

·        Fracturing Service

·        Fishing

·        Perforation

·        Well head service

·        ROV

·        Mud logging

·        RSS

·        Drilling fluid engineering

·        Liner hanger

·        Waste management

·        Wire line/ Slick Line

·        Mud plant

·        Well testing (M.DST , FULL BORE DST)

·        Bulk plant

·        Acid Pumping

·        RTTS

·        N2 Pumping

·        Dry Test

·        Directional drilling /LWD,MWD

·        UBD

·        Coring

·        Air Drilling

·        Wire Line Logging

·        Coiled Tubing

·        H2s service , HSE Service




  • Preparation of bid documents for upstream surface facilities
  • Evaluation of bids and proposals for upstream projects
  • Supervision of upstream studies and project implementations

Geo-Science Reservoir Characterization :

  • Seismic survey design and interpretation
  • Reservoir characterization using seismic, petrophysics, geology and reservoir engineering data.
  • Sedimentology studies
  • Petroleum geology
  • Tectonic and fracture analysis
  • Petrophysical analysis and interpretations
  • Geological and petrophysical mappings

Reservoir Engineering :

  • Reserves estimation and classification
  • Reservoir rock and fluid analysis
  • Field performance analysis
  • Production optimization in wells
  • Ultimate recovery estimates
  • Reservoir simulation studies
  • Enhanced oil recovery studies
  • Reservoir engineering studies for underground storage of gas.
  • Optimal off-take allocations

Well Testing :

  • Well test planning and design
  • On-site supervision of tests
  • Comprehensive well test analysis
  • Reservoir description using well test analysis

Production Engineering :

  • Well deliverability analysis
  • Completion design and analysis
  • Stimulation planning
  • Work over planning and design
  • Water injection and scaling studies
  • Multiphase flow studies
  • Flow string design
  • Artificial lift design and analysis
  • Sand control design and analysis
  • Reservoir production and operation management
  • Software selection, development and support
  • Alternative development plan preparation
  • Project development economics
  • Design of optimal Master Development Plan (MDP)
  • Feasibility and pre-engineering studies
  • Preparing technical specifications
  • Supervision
  • Surface Facilities
  • Economics
  • Evaluation of bids and proposals for upstream projects
  • Supervision of upstream studies and project implementations     


Susangerd Field

While the global energy demand trends show successive raise ,I.R.Iran, as a liable country, understands the global anxiety and tries to play its impressive role in reliable, affordable and sustainable energy supply and decides to increase its oil and gas production.

In the policy, National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) introduces susangerd oil field for development as high potential green field. The contractual framework is supposed to be the new model of contractual scheme known as Iran Petroleum Contracts (IPC).

Location of Susangerd Field:

Susangerd onshore field is located about 45 Km. northwest of Ahwaz, in north Dezful region and south of Band-e-Karkheh field. The field is 24 kilometers long and 6 kilometers wide, located nearby of Jebhair, Azadegan, Water Temur, Mansouri and Karkheh oilfields.

Client of this field is AOGC (Arvandan Oil and Gas field Company).



The Kish Gas Field is located about 60 km east of the Lavan Island, in Persian Gulf and its structure was discovered during the geophysical interpretation of a 2D seismic survey in 1968 by the Ex-Consortium. The Kish structure is underlain the Kish Island and the surrounding waters. It is located in the border of Gavbandi Horst. The adjacent anticlines are: Chiru in the northwest and Charak in the northeast (in the coast line), Hendorabi and Lavan in west-northwest, Farur in the southeast and OSC-1 in southwest in Persian Gulf.

The Kish Gas Field is a dome-shape structure with gentle dips on the flanks which has a slight east-west elongation and has been formed by salt diapirism.