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  • Iran Gas Sector Set for Self-Reliance in Shadow of Sanctions

    Iran Gas Sector Set for Self-Reliance in Shadow of Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Today a major requirement for survival in the tightly competitive market and the blossoming of an industrial enterprise would be to monitor industrial and technological progress, market and rivals as well as development of technology based on potential and practical capabilities of every company. Given the identity of each industrial enterprise, part of these activities is handled by R&D and IT divisions.

  • SP14 Offshore Sector to Come Online

    SP14 Offshore Sector to Come Online

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The offshore section of Phase 14 of the giant offshore South Pars gas field is expected to come on stream late this year. Currently, the two platforms of SP14 are producing 28 mcm/d of gas. The third platform of this phase was loaded out in Bandar Abbas recently and moved to its location at 14B.

  • Iran Petchem Exports Ongoing

    Iran Petchem Exports Ongoing

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Last May, the US shocked the world by unilaterally pulling out of the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) and re-imposing sanctions on Iran’s oil and petrochemical industries. The country has since been selling its petrochemicals despite the US-imposed sanctions, says a senior petrochemical official.

  • $16bn Investment Needed in North Pars

    $16bn Investment Needed in North Pars

    Some 120 kilometers southeast of Bushehr Province lies the North Pars gas field. The offshore field is 3,500 meters deep underground, and is estimated to hold 57 tcf of gas.

  • Iran Complying with Paris Agreement

    Iran Complying with Paris Agreement

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- With the implementation of output quality improvement projects in Iran’s refineries and the production of Euro-4 gasoline, Iran has taken effective measures in compliance with the Paris Agreement which came into effect in December 2015.

  • North Azadegan Output Continues Undisrupted

    North Azadegan Output Continues Undisrupted

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Three years have passed since the North Azadegan oil field started production. The field, which Iran shares with neighboring Iraq, has had no decline in output. Esmaeil Gholampour Ahangar, director of the North Azadegan development project, says Iran is outperforming Iraq in recovery from this field. Oil Industries Commissioning and Operation Company (OICO) is operating the project under the supervision of China’s CNPCI.

  • MIS Oil Keeps Flowing

    MIS Oil Keeps Flowing

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- After oil was discovered from the first well drilled in Masjed Soleiman (MIS), this area located in southern Iran turned into a city. MIS owed its future to oil. It became a very important area soon. The discovery of oil in MIS was the start of formation of a new identity in southern Iran. Iran became an oil-rich nation.

  • Oil Production Continues as Planned

    NISOC Chief:

    Oil Production Continues as Planned

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s petroleum industry has just turned 111. Oil was explored in Iran after the drilling of the first well in Masjed Soleiman (MIS) struck oil.

  • Foreign Investors Wooed for West Karoun Development

    Foreign Investors Wooed for West Karoun Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- CEO of Iran’s Petroleum Engineering and Development Company (PEDEC) Touraj Dehqani has announced enhanced recovery from the South Azadegan oil field, saying foreign investment is welcome.

  • Iran Oil Sanctions and Energy Security

    Iran Oil Sanctions and Energy Security

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Today, May 19, Saudi Arabia hosts a meeting of OPEC+ monitoring committee to review oil market trends and possibly facilitate decision-making by OPEC members at their ordinary ministerial meeting next month in Vienna. This is the first meeting of OPEC and non-OPEC countries after the US administration decided to end waivers on Iran’s oil purchases since early May and push Iran’s oil exports to zero as a means to achieve its foreign policy objectives.

  • Iran Methanol Production Outlook

    Iran Methanol Production Outlook

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The four petrochemical plants of Zagros, Kharg, Fanavaran and Marjan have currently an annual petrochemical production capacity of more than 6.6 million tonnes of methanol. The figure is forecast to reach 25 million tonnes within five years. Many experts view this issue as a bargaining chip for Iran because by supplying 25 million tonnes of methanol on global markets, Iran will have a final say on the pricing of this much-desired substance.

  • Restrictions Relaxed for Investment Attraction

    $77bn Investment in PSEEZ

    Restrictions Relaxed for Investment Attraction

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Iranian Petroleum Ministry has invested over $77 billion in the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) since 1998. Majid Asgharian, director of PSEEZ Investment Attraction and Economic Development Division, says an ad hoc committee has been set up to accelerate the process of attracting investment.

  • There Can Never Be another OPEC

    BARKINDO:

    There Can Never Be another OPEC

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- OPEC Secretary General Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo has highlighted the uniqueness of the oil producer organization, dismissing the idea of emergence of any other such organization.

  • World’s Largest Methanol Plant Ready for Startup

    World’s Largest Methanol Plant Ready for Startup

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The world’s largest methanol production plant in Iran’s southern Bushehr Province is ready to come on-stream. Built by the private sector, this plant is able to produce 7,000 tonnes a day of methanol.

  • Two Platforms Operational at SP13

    New Record Hit at South Pars

    Two Platforms Operational at SP13

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Two platforms at Phase 13 of the giant South Pars gas field have become ready for operation within four days, the manager of SP13 development project has said.

  • Isfahan Refinery Supplies 24% of Iran Refined Products

    Isfahan Refinery Supplies 24% of Iran Refined Products

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Isfahan Oil Refining Company (IORC) which started out in 1979 is currently supplying 25% of refined petroleum products needed across Iran. Since 2015, IORC has managed to produce one of the most sophisticated refining catalysts used in its gasoline production section. The refinery is currently producing 11 ml/d to 12 ml/d Euro-4 gasoline, 18 ml/d to 20 ml/d gasoil and about 10 ml/d fuel oil. Isfahan refinery is also the main supplier of feedstock to Sepahan Oil Company, Isfahan Petrochemical Plant, Arak Petrochemical Plant, Jey Oil Refining Company and Iran Chemical Industries Company.

  • How OPEC Turned Page in 2018

    How OPEC Turned Page in 2018

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Two key ministerial meetings of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries convened in 2018 were the among the most significant oil developments of last year.

  • The Impacts of Middle East Gas Condensate Splitters on the Condensate and Naphtha Market

    The Impacts of Middle East Gas Condensate Splitters on the Condensate and Naphtha Market

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- East and Southeast Asia is the major consumer of the Middle East gas condensate. Iran plans to reduce its gas condensate export to zero by increasing condensate processing capacity. Qatar also decreases its condensate exports by expanding condensate splitters within the country. What would happen for condensate splitters in the East and Southeast Asia?

  • Iran to Launch 4 South Pars Phases by March 20

    Iran to Launch 4 South Pars Phases by March 20

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh, on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution’s victory, underlining Iran’s natural gas production capacity from the jointly owned South Pars gas field and inauguration of the refinery sections of phases 13 and 22-24 of South Pars in the near future, said: "With the opening of these phases, Iran outdoes Qatar in gas recovery from South Pars gas field.”

  • Iran to Launch 4 South Pars Phases by March 20

    Iran to Launch 4 South Pars Phases by March 20

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh, on the eve of the 40th anniversary of the Islamic Revolution’s victory, underlining Iran’s natural gas production capacity from the jointly owned South Pars gas field and inauguration of the refinery sections of phases 13 and 22-24 of South Pars in the near future, said: "With the opening of these phases, Iran outdoes Qatar in gas recovery from South Pars gas field.”

  • Who Are Iran’s New Oil Managers?

    Iran Petroleum Ministry Shakeup

    Who Are Iran’s New Oil Managers?

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s petroleum minister, Bijan Zangeneh, appointed new heads for three of main subsidiaries of the ministry. The decision was line with a recently enacted law banning the reappointment of retired managers.

  • South Pars Gas Output Exceeds 600mcm/d

    South Pars Gas Output Exceeds 600mcm/d

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- South Pars is the largest gas field in the world, whose development is aimed at supplying gas needs in Iran in the household and business sectors, injecting gas to oil fields, powering industrial units and power plants, feeding petrochemical plants, exporting gas, condensate, liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) and sulfur.

  • How to Counter Oil Sanctions

    How to Counter Oil Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- We view sanctions as the conditions or the scope of project, i.e. assessing every factor, which is likely to affect the project processes and the triangle of time-quality-cost for a project.

  • EOR Envisaged for Bangestan Reservoir

    EOR Envisaged for Bangestan Reservoir

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran hopes to bring its oil output to over 5 mb/d under its 20-year vision plan by 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.

  • Output Hike Possible in Salman Oil Field

    Output Hike Possible in Salman Oil Field

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Salman oil field located in the Persian Gulf is jointly owned by Iran and the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The offshore shared field has high-pressure gas layers, too. Discovered about 45 years ago, the Salman field has since been supplying oil.

  • Oil Age in Iran

    Oil Age in Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- All across the world, Iran is known to be a country sitting atop rich oil and gas reserves. Since more than a century ago when oil was discovered, Iran has turned into one of the major players in the industry. That caused Iran myriads problems, but Iran has since been an influential state in the oil market.

  • Kharg Oil Output Up

    Kharg Oil Output Up

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- International experts had forecast Iran's oil exports to drop to nil when the US was preparing to re-impose tough sanctions against Iran's oil sector. But Iran's oil exports were not cut to zero and even Iran continues to sell oil.

  • National Petroleum; From Beginning to End

    National Petroleum; From Beginning to End

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Born in 1908, Iran’s petroleum industry went through ups and downs during the first four decades of its life. Throughout a forty-year period, oil-rich areas had been discovered in southwestern Iran, oil activities had expanded throughout World War I (WWI) and Iran had experienced a new monarchy system. In the wake of the outbreak of WWII,...

  • Polymer Products Manufacturing Up 10% in 20 Years

    Iran Plast 12 in Tehran

    Polymer Products Manufacturing Up 10% in 20 Years

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Iran’s annual 12th Iran Plast September 24-27 in the capital Tehran. A total of 35 countries showcased their products. Visitors came from 20 nations to hold talks with Iranian companies. Such number of visitors against the backdrop of US sanctions indicates the significance of Iran’s polymer and plastic industry at the regional and global levels. Due to the high quality of Iranian-made products and low cost prices, Iran remains highly attractive in this sector.

  • 15 Petchem Projects Online in 5 Years

    15 Petchem Projects Online in 5 Years

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Until eight years ago, everyone was worried about incomplete petrochemical projects. But today, the same projects are offering a variety of petrochemicals, which largely contribute to the Iranian economy. The accelerated development of petrochemical projects under the 11th and the 12th administrations resulted in the development of a large number of products.