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  • Oil Market Black Monday

    Oil Market Black Monday

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The novel coronavirus drastically changed the consumption patterns of hydrocarbon products across the globe. Many regular consumers of oil products such as gasoline or jet fuel were no longer willing to buy them. Everyone ranging from big buyers to car owners have been affected. Oil products’ consumption has significantly declined and the refining industry has faced serious stagnation due to weakened demand. However, the impact on various sectors of the refining industry was not identical.

  • Doroud, Arvand Oil Fields Up for Investment

    Doroud, Arvand Oil Fields Up for Investment

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Doroud oil field, which is located in Kharg Island and northwest of the Persian Gulf, is among developed oil fields which the Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC) presented to foreign investors within the framework of the new model of oil contracts – the Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC).

  • WTI: What Negative Price Meant

    WTI: What Negative Price Meant

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- On 20 April 2020, West Texas Intermediate (WTI) futures experienced unprecedented developments. WTI contract prices for delivery in May dropped to below zero. One may ask it would be the same for June. In this specific period, negative prices were driven by an unusual circumstance due to an expiring futures contract. However, unless the oil demand situation changes quickly, the US could face single digit or even negative oil prices throughout the summer.

  • Covid-19 Crisis and Oil Prices

    Covid-19 Crisis and Oil Prices

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Oil prices keep falling. Nobody could imagine that oil prices would hit their 17-year lows in less than three months. Analysts shift the blame on the novel coronavirus outbreak, which has degenerated into a global crisis. The Covid-19 outbreak caused economic stagnation and demand for oil and petroleum products dropped severely.

  • CNG Helps Raise Iran Gasoline Exports

    CNG Helps Raise Iran Gasoline Exports

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Compressed natural gas (CNG), an alternative fuel, has been used in Iran’s transportation fleet for more than a decade. Environmental regulations, low costs and the abundance of gas reserves constitute the main reason for choosing this fuel. However, one significant point is not out of the loop. Each cubic meter of CNG would save one liter of gasoline for exports, which would be instrumental in helping Iran shed selling unprocessed hydrocarbon.

  • WTI, April 20 and What Happened

    WTI, April 20 and What Happened

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- What happened on April 20, 2020 in the oil futures market? Why the benchmark US oil prices did headed to negative territory for May 20 delivery? Will the futures contract price for WTI crude for June 2020 also be negative? Why are the prices for some crude oil in the United States and Canada single-digit or negative? To get the answers to these questions, don't miss this report, which was sent to Shana by an oil market analyst familiar with the oil market.

Report

  • Potential for Mansouri & Salman Development

    Potential for Mansouri & Salman Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran hopes to bring its oil output to over 5 mb/d under its 20-year vision plan through investing in ageing fields. Some of oil fields in Iran are already mature. Their oil has partly been recovered, but cutting edge technologies are needed to extract the remaining oil.

  • Complex Oil Show

    Iran Pahlavi I Petroleum Industry

    Complex Oil Show

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The D’Arcy Concession was awarded in 1901 when the Qajar dynasty was drawing to a close. Iran’s petroleum industry was born during the Qajar period. When in 1907 D’Arcy discovered oil in Persia amid conflict for the conquest of Tehran, the Pahlavis were not yet known. However, ten years later, the British found Iran’s politics much different from before and they continued to devour Persian petroleum.

  • Oil for Our Nation

    Oil for Our Nation

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Everything initiated when a national demand was brought up in parliament. Some 15 years had passed since the 1933 agreement. World War II (WWII) had come to an end and triumphant Allies were letting the US take over politics and economy. Britain, France and their European allies felt exhausted due to the war with German Nazism and Italian Fascism. Now, it was the US who wanted to fish in troubled waters caused by WWII. Under such circumstances, nationalists and independent movements in Iran found the chance to breathe fresh air and they focused on the petroleum industry.

  • District 7 Gas Transmission Sustains 25bcm Supply

    District 7 Gas Transmission Sustains 25bcm Supply

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- District 7 of Gas Transmission Operations affiliated with National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) covers mainly cold regions, including Markazi, Lorestan, Kurdestan, Kermanshah, Ilam, Hamedan and parts of West Azarbaijan and Qazvin provinces.

  • Dreaming of World and Olympic Championship

    Interview with NIDC Weightlifter

    Dreaming of World and Olympic Championship

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iranian weightlifters finished in second place at the 2020 Asian Junior Weightlifting Championships in Tashkent, Uzbekistan. The Iran team won four gold, 10 silver and 5 bronze medals, scoring 641 totally.