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  • NISOC Planning to Invest $200m on Renovating Equipment

    NISOC Planning to Invest $200m on Renovating Equipment

    TEHRAN (Shana) – The CEO of the National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) said his company had received approvals to invest $200 million for renovating its equipment and facilities in oil-rich regions.

  • NISOC Bracing for 3 mbd Crude Oil Output

    NISOC Bracing for 3 mbd Crude Oil Output

    TEHRAN (Shana) – The CEO of the National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) said his company would be prepared for 3 million barrels per day of crude oil output by the end of the current calendar year, which began on March 21.

  • Innovation Diplomacy on MOP Agenda: Deputy

    Innovation Diplomacy on MOP Agenda: Deputy

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Deputy Petroleum Minister for International Affairs and Trading said: "After the signing of the gas swap agreement, attractive proposals were made by some countries in the region, which we are pursuing. If these proposals lead to signing of a contract, a good thing will happen in the field of energy diplomacy.”

  • No Backyard at Int’l Department

    Deputy Minister of Petroleum for International Affairs and Trading

    No Backyard at Int’l Department

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Deputy Minister of Petroleum said that comprehensive studies have been carried out on verification of lifting of the sanctions, adding: "In the international arena, no backyard should be formed in the Ministry of Petroleum (MOP) and the ground should be created for granting special privileges to some to occupy some international positions.”

  • Potential for Mansouri & Salman Development

    Potential for Mansouri & Salman Development

    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.

  • “Win-Win” Coexistence in Iran Gas

    “Win-Win” Coexistence in Iran Gas

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The sweet adventures and dreamy days of the Iranian petroleum industry was maximum gas recovery from the South Pars gas field, which materialized as Iran outdid Qatar in extracting gas from the offshore reservoir they share in the Persian Gulf. According to Petroleum Ministry officials, due to the effective measures taken in the South Pars gas field, Iran’s gas production reached 900 mcm/d, which is 5 mboe/d.

  • Tehran-Baku-Ashgabat Gas Deal, a First Step  

    Tehran-Baku-Ashgabat Gas Deal, a First Step  

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Although US sanctions keep putting a strain on Iran’s petroleum industry by blocking all channels of foreign investment, a recent three-nation gas swap agreement between Iran, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan on the sidelines of the Economic Cooperation Organization (ECO) showed that Iran has activated its gas diplomacy, as promised earlier by Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji.

  • Iran Eyes Mideast Top Petchem Position

    Iran Eyes Mideast Top Petchem Position

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Laying emphasis on development of the downstream sector of the petrochemical industry, paying attention to its high added value and planning for development of the petrochemical industry is currently the most important axis of profitability of the petrochemical industry in Iran. Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji has said Iran’s petrochemical exports will reach $4.8 billion in the current calendar year.

  • Aghar, Halegan to See Output Rise

    Aghar, Halegan to See Output Rise

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Fars Province is the second largest province in terms of gas reserves, behind Bushehr Province. Fars Province has a gas production capacity of 114 mcm/d, mainly from the Aghar, Dalan, Tabnak, Shanol, Varavi and Homa fields.

  • Iran Refining Industry Developing

    Iran Refining Industry Developing

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Development of the refining industry in while regarding environmental obligations, along with growing global demand for petroleum products, is one of the issues that is severely put on the agenda of the Petroleum Ministry. Accordingly, in order to achieve its desired goals in this field, Iran is pursuing a plan to promote the quantity and quality of refined products in the country. Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji has said that contracts had been signed with eight investors for refining about 1.5 mb/d to 1.6 mb/d of crude oil and gas condensate. He added that Iran’s refining capacity was forecast to grow 1.5 times in the next three or four years.

  • Realization of Iran Foreign Policy Goals Possible thru Energy: Expert

    Realization of Iran Foreign Policy Goals Possible thru Energy: Expert

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Fereydoun Barkeshli, head of the Vienna Energy Studies Group, called signing of the three-way gas swap agreement between Turkmenistan, Azerbaijan and Iran the first strategic gas window for the latter to its neighbors.

  • WEP to Fetch $3.7bn by 2025

    WEP to Fetch $3.7bn by 2025

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Behzad Mohammadi, CEO of National Petrochemical Company (NPC), has said that the West Ethylene Pipeline (WEP) would earn Iran $3.7 billion in revenue by 2025 when ethylene injection capacity into the strategic pipeline would reach 3.5 million tonnes. He made the remarks during a ceremony for signing agreement on WEP operation and maintenance between NPC and Oil Industries Commissioning and Operation Company (OICO).

  • Gas Market Developments, Tsars and Alternative Fuels

    Gas Market Developments, Tsars and Alternative Fuels

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The gas market has undergone many changes and, of course, crises in recent months. The increase in the price of this clean fuel by more than 100% has caused many experts to be surprised and reputable international institutions to make new predictions. In line with these developments, the Oil and Energy Information Network (Shana) has sought the opinion of several senior energy economics experts in this field.

  • NISOC Reserves’ Value up $115bn

    NISOC Reserves’ Value up $115bn

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) supplies over 80% of Iran’s crude oil and 16% of natural gas. As the largest subsidiary of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), NISOC runs 45 fields and 65 reservoirs covering 70,000 square kilometers stretching from Bushehr to Khuzestan provinces. Giant oil fields like Ahvaz, Gachsaran, Maroun, Aghajari, Karanj, Parsi and Bibi Hakimieh are among them.

  • Iran Gas Transmission Fitted with New GIS Generation

    Iran Gas Transmission Fitted with New GIS Generation

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- A new generation of geographic information system (GIS) has been installed in the pipeline projects of Iran Gas Transmission Company (IGTC), which would facilitate data storage, display and analysis. Assadollah Qanavati, director of engineering and planning at IGTC, said: “Using the system will allow for geographical data management, combining and overlapping different information sources and receiving answers from the descriptive and geographical information along with access to a variety of geographical analyses and preparation of charts, diagrams, reports and thematic maps along with three-dimensional display of information.”

  • 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.

  • 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 Production at Qeshm Gas Refinery

    Sustainable Production at Qeshm Gas Refinery

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Sarkhoon & Qeshm Gas Treating Company (SGTC), one of the gas refineries treating natural gas to supply clean energy, is determined to apply suitable technologies in order to guarantee industrial self-reliance and sustainable supply. This facility, which set significant production records last calendar year, has made significant achievements in supporting domestic production and protecting the environment.

  • Naft Abadan Futsal Standard-Bearer

    Naft Abadan Futsal Standard-Bearer

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Women’s sports and leagues in Iran were not immune to the consequences of the coronavirus pandemic. Last calendar year started with several leagues that had not been finished the year before due to the outbreak of COVID-19. However, due to unfavorable conditions, the case of all these files was closed. In the first half of last calendar year, women’s sport and leagues came to a halt due to the pandemic conditions, but it started again in the second half of the league. Seven teams representing the petroleum industry were involved in the women’s section. In the light of the pandemic and the economic conditions, all of them obtained acceptable results.

  • New Gas Hub in Northern Iran

    New Gas Hub in Northern Iran

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Central Asian and European demand for gas has broadened the horizons for development of Iran's exploration blocks in the Caspian Sea. “Chalous Superstructure Drilling and Exploration” project has been assigned to Khazar Exploration and Production Company (KEPCO) with a view to forming a new gas hub in northern Iran. According to Ali Osouli, CEO of KEPCO, if the initial estimates are confirmed and exploration success is achieved in the Chalous structure, the Iranian sector of the Caspian Sea will play a significant role in gas exports to Europe in the near future, in which case Iran's new gas hub will be formed in the north to let Iran supply 20% of Europe's gas needs from this region.

  • 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.

  • Petroleum Industry Innotech Park Launched

    Petroleum Industry Innotech Park Launched

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The Petroleum Industry Innotech Park, which has been established under the aegis of the Petroleum Ministry with a view to developing technology and broadening constructive cooperation between the players of innovation and technology ecosystems, has started work. The ceremony for the inauguration of the park was attended by Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh, Vice President for Science and Technology Sourena Sattari and a group of senior oil industry managers and research and technology actors.

  • South Pars Development Seen Foiling Sanctions

    South Pars Development Seen Foiling Sanctions

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- Despite President Joe Biden taking office in the United States, Iran’s petroleum industry is still unable to sell crude oil as much as its market share due to the toughest ever financial and banking sanctions his predecessor Donald Trump imposed on Iran in 2018 after quitting the 2015 nuclear deal. Meantime, the coronavirus pandemic has left serious negative impacts on the market. And the petroleum industry has automatically not been spared over years. The petroleum industry definitely needs investment and technology.

  • Local E&P Firms to Study Azadegan Field

    Local E&P Firms to Study Azadegan Field

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- The giant Azadegan oil field, estimated to hold 32 billion barrels of oil in place, has already been developed in two sections – North Azadegan and South Azadegan. The field is currently supplying 215,000 b/d of oil.

  • 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.

  • NISOC Proceeds with Green Development

    NISOC Proceeds with Green Development

    TEHRAN (Shana) -- CEO of National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) Ahmad Mohammadi has said sustainable and continuous production, supply of refinery feedstock and providing oil for exports were among the major achievements of the company. In an interview with "Iran Petroleum", he also said that NISOC was ready to lift output from its oil fields as soon as sanctions are lifted. NISOC supplies 80% of Iran’s oil production.