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  • Development of Refining Industries with Focus on Petro-Refineries on NIORDC Agenda

    Development of Refining Industries with Focus on Petro-Refineries on NIORDC Agenda

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Deputy Minister of Petroleum for Refining and Distribution Affairs said the Raisi administration is focused on launching petro-refining units industrial developments as energy hub, and at least one new refining unit with petro-refining approach in the refining sector.

  • Petchem Investment Opportunities to be Unveiled

    Petchem Investment Opportunities to be Unveiled

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone Organization (PETZONE) said 20 investment opportunities are ready to be unveiled in petrochemical projects, adding: "With small investments in these projects, sustainable revenue generation and job creation will be guaranteed for the country."

  • Iran Petchem Output up 8% in H1

    Iran Petchem Output up 8% in H1

    TEHRAN (Shana) –The production control manager of the National Petrochemical Company said that the country’s petrochemical output saw an 8-percent year-o-year growth in the first half of the current calendar year, which began on March 21.

  • NISOC CEO Appointed

    NISOC CEO Appointed

    TEHRAN (Shana) – The CEO of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) issued a decree appointing Alireza Daneshi as the CEO of the National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC).

Analysis

  • Oil, Gas Development under Shadow of Sanctions

    Oil, Gas Development under Shadow of Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The outstanding feature of the track record of the two administrations of outgoing President Hassan Rouhani would be sought in the development of joint oil and gas fields in South Pars and West Karoun. Under these two administrations, oil recovery from the fields jointly owned by Iran and Iraq in West Karoun grew five-fold, while South Pars saw its production increase three-fold over the same period.

  • Cutting Edge Technology Needed in Soroush, Reshadat

    Cutting Edge Technology Needed in Soroush, Reshadat

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Oil and gas production from Iran’s offshore fields dates from several decades. In light of natural fall-off in production from these fields, using foreign technology and investment would be a top priority for National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC). The Soroush and Reshadat fields are under consideration.

  • Sustainable Storage in Jask Terminal

    Sustainable Storage in Jask Terminal

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Among numerous contracts signed regarding the national project for transferring crude oil from Goreh to Jask, one should be highlighted: contract for the construction of crude oil storage tanks. These build-operate-transfer (BOT) agreements were signed in November 2018 between Petroleum Engineering and Development Company (PEDEC) and Petro Omid Asia (POA) and Omid Investment Management Group.

  • Iran Petroleum Industry Book Review

    Iran Petroleum Industry Book Review

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The present piece of writing reviews major books written on the history of Iran’s petroleum industry.  

  • Oil-Rich Aghajari, a Gem in Khuzestan

    Oil-Rich Aghajari, a Gem in Khuzestan

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s petroleum industry was born in Masjed Soleiman in southern Iran, but Khuzestan gradually as a whole became a focal point of oil industry in Iran and in the Middle East. Each and every spot in this province is filled with massive wealth that would guarantee the future of Iran.

  • Investment Opportunities in Bangestan

    Investment Opportunities in Bangestan

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- More than 60% of Iran’s oil production comes from 10 giant fields, all of which having reached maturity. Lack of investment for many years in order to enhance the rate of recovery has enhanced production risk. However, there is great potential for enhanced production from these fields. A case in point pertains to the Ab Teimour and Ahvaz Bangestan oil fields. They were discovered more than 50 years ago and they are still supplying oil.

Report

  • Least-Polluting Clean Fuel in Iran

    Least-Polluting Clean Fuel in Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Various industries have established "Health, Safety, Environment" (HSE) departments in order to protect their service workers against life threats, and protect the environment. In the oil and gas industry, due to high sensitivity as well as high-risk oil and gas fields, HSE is of high significance. When it comes to the gas sector, it takes up added significance as natural gas may become more hazardous if security precautions are not taken.

  • Iran Petroleum Industry Book Review

    Iran Petroleum Industry Book Review

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- In this piece of writing we will be reviewing major books written in the history of Iran’s petroleum industry. 

  • North Pars, Changloueh Fields Up for Investment

    North Pars, Changloueh Fields Up for Investment

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Some 120 kilometers southeast of the southern Bushehr Province, Iran owns a gas field holding more than 57 tcf of gas in place. North Pars is among fields with high potential for investment. The field is estimated to require $16 billion in investment, including $5 billion in the upstream sector and $11 billion in the downstream sector (mainly LNG plants).

  • Bu Ali Sina Petchem Plant to Upgrade Quantity and Quality

    Bu Ali Sina Petchem Plant to Upgrade Quantity and Quality

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The light fraction desulfurization project at the Bu Ali Sina petrochemical plant came online in July with a view to bringing down the sulfur content to below 1 ppm.

  • Petchem Sector and Triangle of Strains

    Petchem Sector and Triangle of Strains

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s petrochemical industry has not backed down over the past three years specifically after the US imposed all-out sanctions on the country, particularly the petrochemical sector. On the contrary, it recorded last calendar year as one of the best and most successful periods.

  • Persian Gulf Star Refinery Rejuvenates Iran Oil Industry

    Persian Gulf Star Refinery Rejuvenates Iran Oil Industry

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran was importing gasoline until two years ago. In 2018, Iran imported up to 4.5 ml/d of gasoline. It is now exporting gasoline to regional and world nations. In light of the commissioning of the Bandar Abbas Condensate Refinery, known as the Persian Gulf Star, Iran became an active exporter of this strategic product during the first seven months of the current calendar year, earning about $1.4 billion in revenue. This report reviews the current condition of gasoline export and diversity in refined petroleum products supplied by the treatment facility.