Iraq to Import Gas from Iran Until 2025 amid US Pressure
Iraq’s Oil Minister Ihsan Abdul-Jabbar said his country is planning to produce its own gas to meet domestic needs, but imports from Iran will continue for the next five years.
NIGC: Daily Gas Exports Hit Record of 79 mcm
Iran’s daily gas exports hit a record high of 79 million cubic meters (mcm) during June 21-July 21, 2020, NIGC official says.
Need for Rational Solution on Gas Contract between Iran, Turkey
If the contents and provisions of the gas contract between Iran and Turkey form the basis for bilateral negotiations, the two sides will be able to work out a rational solution to resolve their problem.
Official expects Turkey to resume gas imports
An Iranian energy official said he expects Turkey to resume gas imports from Iran by mid-July, putting an end to a relatively long gap which raised many eyebrows.
Iran: Gas export deals to change drastically due to pandemic
Iran authorities say conditions governing the country’s long-term contracts for exports of natural gas should change to adapt to a market that has been affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
Zanganeh: Iran to produce 1bn bcm of gas pd
Iran will be able to produce more than one billion cubic meters (bcm) of gas per day once the final platform is installed at the South Pars offshore field, Iran oil minister says.
South Pars development provides export opportunity
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Sunday that Iran is exporting oil products due to the development of its gas supply know-how and giant South Pars (SP) field. Iran has various gas resources and 95 percent of the population has direct access to the gas network, Zanganeh said, reported IRNA. […]
Gas power plants technology at Iran’s hand
TEHRAN (Iran News) – Managing Director of Iranian Electrical Power Equipment Manufacturing and Provision Company says the country is fully able to produce and export all equipment and services needed for the construction of gas power plants. “Our ability for manufacturing and supplying water and electricity equipment has reached a point where we are not […]