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  • Return of Iran Oil to Market Prevents Deepening Global Economic Recession

    Former Director of International Affairs at NIOC:

    Return of Iran Oil to Market Prevents Deepening Global Economic Recession

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The former director of international affairs of the National Iranian Oil Company says the return of Iran’s crude oil to the market could prevent further deepening of the global economy.

  • Constructive Interaction of Holders of 460 bb of World Oil Reserves

    Constructive Interaction of Holders of 460 bb of World Oil Reserves

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The presidents of Iran and Venezuela, as holders of more than 460 billion barrels of crude oil reserves, formally held talks in Tehran on Saturday, June 11, and signed a 20-year cooperation document.

  • Iran’s Energy Diplomacy in Latin America

    Iran’s Energy Diplomacy in Latin America

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Growing demand for energy has intensified international rivalry over access to energy resources. Therefore, various nations are trying their best to adopt an effective and efficient energy diplomacy in a bid to guaranteeing safe access to these vitally important resources.

  • Gray Shadow of Energy Security

    Gray Shadow of Energy Security

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The energy market has seen many fluctuations over recent months. The latest lockdowns in China are causing significant demand destruction and adding downward pressure on oil prices, reduction of gas storage in Europe and finally the tension between Russia and Ukraine complicated part of energy marketpuzzle, such a wonderful life!

  • Integrated Azadegan Development

    Integrated Azadegan Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji has said the second phase development of the giant South Azadegan oil field would be implemented by local firms. The first phase of this field, which is among the West Karoun cluster of fields, has been developed by local contractors to reach the nominal output of 220,000 b/d by next March.

  • Can We Halve Greenhouse Emissions by 2030?

    Can We Halve Greenhouse Emissions by 2030?

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The 14th meeting of Working Group III (WGIII-14) of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concluded its two-week work (starting March 21) so that delegates and scientists would convene virtually on April 4 to officially adopt the summary for policymakers (SPM) of the 6th assessment report (AR6).

  • Why $100 a Barrel Could Be Bad for Energy Transition

    Why $100 a Barrel Could Be Bad for Energy Transition

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- With oil costing over $100 a barrel, and Russia’s war in Ukraine underscoring the risk of relying on fossil fuel, it would seem like a great time to speed up shifting from the polluting fuel, Akshat Pathi and Will Mathis write for Bloomberg, noting that the reality isn’t so simple.

  • Value-Added, Top Petchem Priority

    Value-Added, Top Petchem Priority

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- By 2040, the annual market demand for petrochemicals and polymer products will be growing by 4.5 percent, while annual demand for petroleum products will be growing by less than 1 percent, indicating the importance of investing in and focusing on this value-added industry.

  • Energy Transition: Fact from Fiction

    Energy Transition: Fact from Fiction

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Modern history is totally acquainted with energy shocks, shortages, price hikes and panics on the buyers’ side and on the sellers’ side as well. But the current worldwide rising energy prices and large scale volatility for all key fuels and sources, is something entirely new and never experienced before. It is in fact puzzling in a way that no game theorists and econometricians could cope with and accommodate it. From Colorado minus $40 a barrel to plus $ 95 per barrel early February 2022 is something never seen before. This is a challenge to the consumers, suppliers, governments, bankers and societies everywhere.

  • Iran Welcomes Cooperation with Persian Gulf States: Official

    Iran Welcomes Cooperation with Persian Gulf States: Official

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Deputy Minister of Petroleum for International Affairs and Trading said: "Sanctions as a disturbing variable are not ineffective in our cooperation, but in the years after the revolution we have had many disturbances and relying on rich domestic capabilities can turn these threats into opportunities and force the enemy to regret their threats.”

  • Iran and GECF

    Iran and GECF

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) was born in Iran shortly after the initial start of the giant South Pars natural gas reservoir discovery and exploration of first phases when it was internationally recognized that Iran possessed the world’s second largest natural gas reserves. The idea of creating a gas body like OPEC was shaped up in NIOC corridors and think tank corners of the ministry. Iran’s initial objective was an OPEC style international and intergovernmental organization in order to regulate global gas market. Back then it was crystal clear in Iran’s energy strategy and vision that gas would lead the international energy markets and energy scenes for decades to come. Having said that; to put it in perspective, GECF was a product of the National Iranian Oil Company.

  • Iran to Develop Refining by Petro-Refineries

    Iran to Develop Refining by Petro-Refineries

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The head of corporate planning of National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC), Ali Reza Arman-Moqaddam says Iran will have to opt for petro-refineries in order to develop its refining industry. Although a 300,000-b/d petro-refining facility with crude oil feedstock would require $10 billion in investment, incentives are expected to draw in both local and foreign investors.  

  • Doroud, Arvand Oil Fields Up for Investment

    Doroud, Arvand Oil Fields Up for Investment

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- 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 known as Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC).

  • EOR Nanofluid Injection Into Belal

    EOR Nanofluid Injection Into Belal

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) has taken an operational step in using nanofluids in the implementation of enhanced oil recovery (EOR) methods with nanofluid injection into the Surmeh reservoir of the Belal field; an operation which aims to increase oil recovery and which is being done for the first time in the country.

  • West Karoun Oil Fields under Development

    West Karoun Oil Fields under Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- West Karoun is home to a cluster of oil fields Iran shares with neighboring Iraq. This area in western Iran is set to form a new oil civilization in Iran. There are 11 oil fields in West Karoun. Iran Plans to develop them to increase its oil output by 1 mb/d by developing these fields.

  • Jask Diversifying Iran Oil Export Markets

    Jask Diversifying Iran Oil Export Markets

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The first phase of implementation of crude oil export from Jask Port is starting against the backdrop of Iranian officials realizing their dream of diversity in the crude oil export markets, as well as security of energy supply in Iran. The idea of construction of an oil terminal in Jask was first brought up in 1980s, but the project started under the administration of President Hassan Rouhani. To that effect, necessary planning was made and meetings were held. Since domestic manufacturers could not build some equipment and commodities in the country, they were planned to be purchased from foreign companies. The foreign firms did not keep their promises and once the US re-imposed sanctions on Iran in 2018, foreign firms quitted any cooperation with Iran.

  • 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.

  • Danan, Cheshmeh-Khosh, Susangerd Attractive to Investors

    Danan, Cheshmeh-Khosh, Susangerd Attractive to Investors

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Sanctions have failed to halt Iran’s petroleum industry activities. However, developing the industry in Iran would need foreign investment and cutting edge technology to raise output. Over recent years, in the absence of foreign companies, local contractors have moved to develop oil and gas fields.

  • Petchem Output Set to Grow 10mt 

    Petchem Output Set to Grow 10mt 

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s petrochemical production capacity has been growing over the past eight years. Despite tough sanctions imposed on Iran’s petroleum industry, the petrochemical sector has constantly exported products to become a major source of revenue for Iran.

  • 32 Petchem Projects in 8 Years

    32 Petchem Projects in 8 Years

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- On May 20, three petrochemical projects came online. They were Sabalan methanol project with annual capacity of 1.65 million tonnes, Masjed Soleyman urea and ammonia plant with annual capacity of 1.7 million tonnes and Assaluyeh Exir Hallal project with annual capacity of 50,000 tonnes of pentane and hexane. President Hassan Rouhani officially inaugurated the projects.

  • Tehran-Riyadh: The Significance of a Simple Message
  • Iran Oil Industry under Rouhani Administration

    Iran Oil Industry under Rouhani Administration

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Iranian oil industry has experienced many ups and downs over the last eight years; from increased production in joint oil and gas fields to gasoline exports; however, events such as sanctions against Iran and the Sanchi tanker’s skinning also occurred during the same years.

  • Two Catalyst Production Projects Operational

    Two Catalyst Production Projects Operational

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Two knowledge-based catalyst production projects – polypropylene and high-density polyethylene catalysts – have become operational using homegrown knowhow. The projects came online in a remotely participated-in ceremony by President Hassan Rouhani.

  • Iran Oil Documents Declassified
  • Production Costs Trend as Oil Age Ends

    Production Costs Trend as Oil Age Ends

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Crude oil extraction and production cost is an effective factor in oil pricing. Such costs vary from one spot to another, depending on the size and availability of oil reserves. Although most oil companies are unwilling to release precise data about oil production costs.However, estimates about costs of extracting oil from active fields in various countries are available. Comparing these costs would be key to analyzing the future of world oil markets. This data would show which countries can keep producing oil, even though in periods when prices keep falling. This issue takes up added significance in light of significant reduction in oil prices over recent years.

  • Drilling Industry Turns 41 in Iran

    Drilling Industry Turns 41 in Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- December 21 marks National Drilling Day in Iran. National Iranian Drilling Company (NIDC) was established on December 21, 1979. The company started its work with 6 drilling rigs.

  • China Silent on Yadavaran Phase 2 Development

    China Silent on Yadavaran Phase 2 Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The manager of Yadavaran oil field development has said that the Chinese have not presented any suggestions for the second phase development of the Yadavaran field. He said that the production capacity of this field had increased in the past one year, but the Chinese had not offered any plans for the project. He said Iran would not wait for the Chinese to develop the second phase of this field.

  • Biden and Future of Nord Stream 2

    Biden and Future of Nord Stream 2

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The United States implemented its annual budget bill as the year 2021 started. It includes expansion of sanctions against the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline.

  • Azar Field Output at 65,000 b/d

    Azar Field Output at 65,000 b/d

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran invested over $1.4 billion in the jointly-owned Azar oil field despite US sanctions to lift oil output from this field to 71,500 b/d and that of gas to 78 mcf/d of Azar, containing both oil and gas, is one of the most challenging petroleum industry projects in Iran.