Iran has signed a memorandum of understanding with Iraq’s Kurdistan to export gas and gasoline to the semi-autonomous region.
An Iranian energy official has said that 14 domestic consortia have voiced readiness to finance the construction of a pipeline that will transport Iran’s natural gas to Iraq.
The Iranian oil chief has said that the government and its nuclear negotiators have always been under the auspices of the Supreme Leader whose “expediencies and guidance” will help rid the country of sanctions.
Scientists at the Research Institute of Petroleum Industry in cooperation with the National Iranian Gas Company have indigenized solvents used in gas-sweetening units of refineries.
The 2.2-million-barrel floating oil storage unit (FSU) came on stream in Soroush oil region.
Iran is ready to create a regional safety convention for the supervision of the regional countries' power plant operations, said Salehi.
Islamabad has said that it will fulfill its undertaking to lay gas pipelines on Pakistan soil, adding that gas imports from Iran will begin as of late 2016 or early 2017.
The construction of the first pipeline which goes to Baghdad is almost complete and is to start carrying gas to the country by May, 2015.
December oil imports into Asia rose 22.1 percent over last year to 1.21 million barrels per day, the highest since May.
Based on the contract signed of late, a floating vessel is to be used in the South Pars Gas field to exploit oil layers.