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  • SPGC Gas Production Fully Sustainable

    SPGC Gas Production Fully Sustainable

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of South Pars Gas Complex said by taking effective and extensive measures and in order to maintain the stability of gas production, the power plant, substations and power lines of the complex are fully prepared for maintaining sustainable production.

  • Pardis Petchem Co. Top Export-Oriented Firm in Iran

    Pardis Petchem Co. Top Export-Oriented Firm in Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Due to its brilliant performance in the field of product export, Pardis Petrochemical Company won the title of the country's top export-oriented company in the calendar year of 1401 which began on March 21.

  • Digital Technologies Needed in Development of Petchem Projects

    Digital Technologies Needed in Development of Petchem Projects

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) said Iran's petrochemical industry should pay attention and emphasize the use of digital technologies in the path of sustainable and balanced development.

  • Foreign Firms Keen to Invest in Downstream Petchem

    Foreign Firms Keen to Invest in Downstream Petchem

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of Persian Gulf Petrochemical Development and Investment Group (PGPDIG) says the holding has currently more than $650 million worth of projects under way. He told “Iran Petroleum” some of Iran’s neighbors had called for joint venture with PGPDIC, expressing hope for the finalization of an agreement in the current calendar year.

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  • Foreign Firms Keen to Invest in Downstream Petchem

    Foreign Firms Keen to Invest in Downstream Petchem

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The CEO of Persian Gulf Petrochemical Development and Investment Group (PGPDIG) says the holding has currently more than $650 million worth of projects under way. He told “Iran Petroleum” some of Iran’s neighbors had called for joint venture with PGPDIC, expressing hope for the finalization of an agreement in the current calendar year.

  • Iran Oil Refining Capacity to Hit 3mb/d

    Iran Oil Refining Capacity to Hit 3mb/d

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Under the 7th National Economic Development Plan, Iran is required to reduce crude oil and natural gas sales by developing the value chain and bring its oil refining capacity to 3 mb/d. Meantime, Petroleum Ministry is following up on the completion of incomplete refining projects in light of the imbalance in petroleum products consumption in the country.

  • Enhanced Recovery from 600 Wells Planned

    Enhanced Recovery from 600 Wells Planned

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- CEO of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Mohsen Khojasteh-Mehr recently told a conference on oil and gas wells enhance recovery that $2.5 billion had been invested in the refinery of phase 14 of the giant offshore South Pars gas field. He said the 3rd train of SP14 refinery had become operational, adding: “The gas from the 3rd train of this refinery has been fed into the national gas distribution network. The next train is expected to become operational soon.”

  • COP27; Climate and Energy

    COP27; Climate and Energy

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Once in a year, delegates from almost 200 countries gather togetherseeking ways and means to keep climate change from spiraling out of control. This time, they met in Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt, for the 27th Conference of the Parties (COP) that was originally shaped up back in 1994 when members of the United Nations agreed to convene and officially address climate change with an unprecedented determination. COP gained momentum and moved into center stage during Paris Conference of the Parties when decision was made to move from words and declarations to accountability, costs and damages. This institutionalized COP and countries began to address the topic at national, regional and international levels.

  • Higher Gas Supply Eyed

    Higher Gas Supply Eyed

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- During the past year, along with the significant boost in Iran’s energy diplomacy in the region and Latin America, petroleum industry experts have been seriously thinking about increasing the gas production capacity in order to get a larger share of the gas trade, and in this context, the South Pars gas field has always been a source to rely on.

  • PSEEZ More Welcoming to Foreign Firms than Ever

    PSEEZ More Welcoming to Foreign Firms than Ever

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Since 1998, Iran’s Petroleum Ministry has invested $81 billion in the upstream sector and $30 billion in the downstream sector of Pars Energy Special Economic Zone (PSEEZ). Now the CEO of the organization says that thanks to the bylaw recently signed off on by Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji, the conditions have dramatically improved for the presence of foreign companies through just registering their company in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This is while the Petroleum Ministry sticks to its policy of supporting domestic and foreign investors. The exclusive interview of “Iran Petroleum” with Sakhavat Asadi, the PSEEZ CEO, is as follows:

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  • 35 Pacts with Academic, Scientific Centers

    35 Pacts with Academic, Scientific Centers

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Realization of objectives set for a jump in knowledge-based production, revising instructions, bylaws as well as research project procedures for facilitation are among top priorities of the Office of Deputy Minister of Petroleum for Engineering, Research and Technology. This Office has adopted a comprehensive plan to follow up on 50 major subjects.

  • Focus on Caspian Sea Oil/Gas Swap

    Focus on Caspian Sea Oil/Gas Swap

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran enjoys great potential for delivering oil, gas and petroleum products to regional and global markets, due to its geographical position and potential energy and mining reserves. Having such potential in mind, efforts have started to put the country on the path to becoming the energy hub of the region. The first step was the signing a gas swap agreement for the delivery of Turkmenistan’s gas to Azerbaijan via Iran’s territory. Now, as the 13th administration is in its second year in office, the focus is on exporting products, bartering and swapping via the Caspian Sea, in which case, cooperation is planned with foreign firms including Russian companies.