West African delegation visits Pars Special Economic Energy Zone

TEHRAN (Shana) – A high-ranking trade delegation from West Africa paid a visit to Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ).

Arranging the visit, the Iranian Ministry of Petroleum’s Department for International Affairs and Trading briefed the delegation on investment opportunities in the region.

The African delegation visited the installations of a joint gas field of South Pars (SP) and PSEEZ petrochemical plants.

South Pars phases 9 and 10, which are home to three main parts of offshore facilities, transmission lines, and onshore installations, were among the sites the delegation visited.

Pars Petrochemical Port, Jam Petrochemical Complex, Arya Sasol Petrochemical Complex, and Pardis Petrochemical Complex were the next stations.

A meeting was also held between the delegation and PSEEZ Managing Director Sekhavat Asadi in the presence of Hossein Shameli, the special aide to deputy oil minister for international affairs and trading, who said, “The Raeisi administration’s policy on energy diplomacy is on the basis of establishing constructive ties with different countries, particularly African states.”

Iran’s incumbent government is keen to broaden its relations with African countries in trading oil and petrochemical products, investing and exporting technical and engineering services, manufacturing, supplying and repairing oil equipment, and promoting cooperation between knowledge-based and technology firms, he added.

The African trade delegation, for its part, voiced its willingness to expand relations with Iran in different sectors of oil industry.

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