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40 hectares of land for oil and gas conversion industries in Kish

      A KFZO MOB said: "Due to Kish Island's central location, 40 thousand hectares of land has been envisaged in the Kish comprehensive plan for the oil and gas sector, to develop high tech industries. According to IRNA, at the opening ceremonies of the International Institute of Industry and Mines teaching centre on Kish Island on Wednesday, Mahdi Chamanzad added: "In the comprehensive plan for Kish Island in the next 20 years, industrial development has the largest amount of space among various economic projects, with 9% of the predicted land allocated to it". He stated: "As tourism is a central aspect of development in KFZ, environmentally friendly and high tech industries are on the agenda of this free zone". Chamanzad added: "The International Institute of Industry and Mines in Kish can make a great contribution to the development of various industries, especially in oil and gas". This KFZO MOB added: "Creating a scientific environment with the presence of the elite and university educated on Kish Island will help the lasting development of the free zone". He pointed out to the efforts of KFZO to set up the infrastructures for development on this island and said: "The establishment of a number of international branches of creditable domestic universities on Kish Island is a sign of the accomplishments of the Organisation to provide these infrastructures". Chamanzad stated that the construction of the university campus in Kish will soon begin in an area of 64 hectares, and said: "In the 20-year comprehensive plan, provisions have been made for eight thousand students and 12 universities". The International Institute of Industry and Mines opened on Kish Island yesterday, Wednesday, with the presence of the President of Industry and Mines Development Organisation and a number of KFZ officials.
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