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  • Iran Energy Diplomacy in the Land of the Rising Sun

    Iran Energy Diplomacy in the Land of the Rising Sun

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Javad Owji, Iran’s Minister of Petroleum, who visited Tokyo from Saturday to Wednesday, September 24-28, heading a delegation to attend several meetings and consult with Japanese majors, represented the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran in the state memorial ceremony of Shinzo Abe, the late president of Japan. In the visit to Japan, in addition to meeting Nishimura Yasutoshi, the Minister of Economy, Trade and Industry of Japan, Yoshimasa Hayashi,  and the Minister of Foreign Affairs of Japan; HE Owji also met with the CEOs of major Japanese oil and gas companies, including Toshiaki Kitamura, the CEO of Inpex, Takeshi Saito, the president of Eneos, Yamamoto, the CEO of Fuji Oil, Tramura, a member of the board of directors of the Nippon Export Investment Insurance (NEXI), Haba, the CEO of Mitsubishi Oil and Gas, and the CEO of Marubani Company, to discuss investment opportunities in the upstream and downstream sectors of Iran's oil industry, cooperation, trade of energy carriers and technology.

  • IR Iran Becomes a Member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

    IR Iran Becomes a Member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization (SCO)

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The President of Uzbekistan Shavkat Mirziyoyev, as the host of the 22nd SCO Summit, announced Iran's permanent membership in this organization in his speech on Friday 16 September 2022. The Islamic Republic of Iran became a permanent member of the SCO at its 21st Summit in the presence of 12 permanent and observer members.

  • Increased Energy Ties Key Topic in Caspian Talks

    Increased Energy Ties Key Topic in Caspian Talks

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran and the four countries bordering the Caspian Sea, as the largest holders of gas resources in the world, gathered last week at the second Caspian Economic Conference in Moscow, while the hard winter of Europe is coming and the crisis of the war in Ukraine has exacerbated the troubles for gas consuming countries.

  • Defining Moments for Oil and Gas

    Defining Moments for Oil and Gas

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Energy prices went up sharply after February 24 when first Russian troops entered Ukraine. By late March 2022, it hit above $ 120.40 per barrel for Brent briefly but retreated to around $110 per barrel, though, the average price of crude oil was $105 per barrel for the first half of 2022. The slow and cautious reaction of oil market towards such major geographical escalation that would potentially cut over 6.7 mb/d of crude and products from Russia is an interesting phenomenon worth analyzing. Let’s be reminded that the international crude oil prices touched $147 per barrel back in 2008 after the United States descended into recession.

  • $7bn MOU Signed for Azadegan Development

    $7bn MOU Signed for Azadegan Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- A $7 billion memorandum of understanding has been signed by National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) and Iranian banks and E&P companies to develop the entire giant Azadegan oil field.

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  • Ensuring Oil Flow at Azar Field: A Herculean Task?

    Ensuring Oil Flow at Azar Field: A Herculean Task?

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Azar is one of Iran's oil fields developed by an Iranian consortium with €1.4 billion in investment. One of the most complex oil fields in Iran, Azar is located in Anaran exploration block in Ilam province, western Iran.

  • Record 128bn Liters Transmission Set

    Record 128bn Liters Transmission Set

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Transmitting oil and petroleum products from production points to consumers in Iran is one of the activities that require precision, speed and round-the-clock efforts, depending on the type of geography and its specific coverage. With 14,000 kilometers of oil and petroleum products transmission lines, Iran has a certain place in terms of the diversity of these lines and the uniqueness of the lines in the Middle East in this domain.

  • Expert Speaks of Iran Chance to Become Safe Energy Transfer Corridor

    Expert Speaks of Iran Chance to Become Safe Energy Transfer Corridor

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- A senior expert in energy economics says: “In the absence of investment and access to the necessary technologies to produce from Iran's share of reserves in the Caspian Sea, the most important step is to enter the oil and gas swap sector and convert the opportunity in the territorial geography of the country to leap towards becoming a safe energy transfer corridor.”