Tehran is to lodge complaints with the International Court of Justice over the quality and price of Turkmenistan's natural gas supplies to Iran.
A Turkish-language website has revealed that the US forces along with the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) militants are smuggling at least 17,000 barrels of oil out of Syria on a daily basis.
An Iranian lawmaker says the member states of Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries have decided to renew a deal to freeze their oil output with the aim of keeping their production at the current level.
A senior Iranian lawmaker says US President Donald Trump’s recent remarks about an embargo against Iran’s crude oil lack legal credibility and violate the nuclear deal between Tehran and world powers.
The European Union has provided Iran with a €20 million donation to help it develop safe nuclear energy, said the spokesperson of Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI).
The US keeps pressuring the customers of Iran’s oil to prevent them from purchasing petroleum from the Islamic Republic.
An Iranian lawmaker says the Oil Ministry is showing tolerance vis-à-vis the French oil giant Total given the firm’s indicating that it might rethink its agreement with the ministry.
Singapore's Berlanga have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) to conduct field studies on development of Iran's Dalpari Oilfield.
Japan used to be a major customer of Iran’s energy market but the country drastically reduced its energy imports during the years that Tehran was under international sanctions. However, with the removal of the sanctions, Japan has once again joined the main importers of Iran’s energy.
A senior Iranian oil and gas official say Russia is in talks with the Islamic Republic for development of 10 oil and gas fields in Iran.