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According to Oji, the country has spent 8.000 billion rials in building the 227 km gas pipeline to Iraq which will return just in the first month of gas exports to the neighboring country.
Oji on July 22, 2010 said Iran would export gas to Europe via Turkey.
Oji was quoted as saying that Iran has laid more than 25 percent of a pipeline to Iraq which is capable of carrying up to 25 million cubic meters per day of natural gas to the country.
Oji Paper was planning to discharge waste water into the sea through the pipeline which was to have been built by Nantong city.
Oji started his career at Arsenal, where he trained with the likes of Thierry Henry, Patrick Vieira and Dennis Bergkamp, as a youngster.
Praxair China will build an on-site vacuum-pressure-swing-adsorption system to supply oxygen to the Jiangsu Oji Paper Project located in Nantong, Jiangsu province.
R&I added that it would keep a close watch on Oji Paper's ability to strengthen its earning capacity.
"Considering that some of the fuel consumed by industrial and power station units are imported from abroad, this level of drop in gas consumption in the household sector amounts to an average of $16-16.5 million a day in import savings," Oji said.
There is also the possibility of transiting Turkmen gas to Europe and other consumer countries,' Oji, who is also head of the National Iranian Gas Company, was quoted as saying.
Oji said Iran would use its sixth transnational gas pipeline network, segments of which are still under construction, for the exports.
Oji said it sharply cut its fixed costs by restructuring its production system to better cope with its output size and reviewing personnel costs and repair expenses, a move that helped to overcome sluggish domestic sales of paper for newspapers and printing, as well as paperboard.