The knowledge-based companies from the Islamic Republic of Iran are going to take part in the Oman Petroleum & Energy Show (OPES) in March 2020.
Iran’s energy minister says the country plans to electrify motorcycles in metropolises as part of a technical-economic program to reduce air pollution.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has toured the country’s latest products, findings, technologies and achievements in the field of petro-chemistry in a visit to an exhibition held in Tehran.
Iran’s Minister of Energy Reza Ardakanian says 11 rubber dams are under construction across the country with the purpose of protecting the environment, particularly in the northern provinces.
Governor of Iran's central bank says as long as the Europeans do not buy Iran’s oil and Tehran does not receive the oil revenues, the European financial mechanism known as INSTEX will be of no use.
Iranian researchers at the University of Isfahan have conducted a study on removing sulfur from petroleum compounds, as a major step towards better automotive performance.
A group of Iranian researchers have manufactured ultra-cold tanks used to store refined oil and its derivatives after purification.
Minister of Transport and Roads of the Kyrgyz Republic has voiced his country’s willingness to import oil from Iran and export foodstuffs to the Islamic Republic.
The fifth summit of the Gas Exporting Countries Forum (GECF) was recently held in Equatorial Guinea.
One of the most fervent advocates of new regulations on fuel consumption in Iran says a series of public protests in the wake of a recent hike in the price of subsidized gasoline had other social reasons.