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Latest Energy News in Iran – Iran’s economy, while diversified, is still heavily influenced by the state of the oil and gas market. Read more about recent news and developments in the sector here.

Iran’s Energy Minister in Iraq to Discuss Gas Flow Cut

Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian has discussed Tehran-Baghdad cooperation in separate meetings with senior Iraqi officials.
Iran, Iraq Agree on Two Electricity Contracts

Tehran, Yerevan Discuss Natural Gas-Electricity Barter Deal

Iran and Armenia have discussed exports of natural gas as well as the extension of a natural gas-electricity barter agreement.

Iran Opens Major Petrochemical Projects amid Sanctions

Iran has inaugurated five major petrochemical projects as part of its routine weekly program to put into service national projects across the country.

Iran, Azerbaijan Discuss Closer Cooperation in Energy Sector

Iran and the Azerbaijan Republic have agreed to forge closer cooperation in the energy sector.

Iran, Russia Agree on Technical Cooperation in Oil Sector: Minister

Iran’s oil minister says the country has reached an agreement with Russia for technical cooperation in the oil and gas sector.

Too Soon to Talk about Iran’s Return to Oil Market: Minister

Iranian Petroleum Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh, who is visiting Moscow to discuss the latest developments in the global oil market, says it is still too early to talk about Tehran’s return to the market.

Iranian Minister to Visit Russia for Talks on Oil Market

Iran’s Minister of Petroleum Bijan Namdar Zangeneh will travel to Moscow on Sunday, December 20, for talks on the latest developments in the international oil market.

Iran Needs No Permission to Return to Oil Market: Minister

Iran Needs No Permission to Return to Oil Market: Minister

Iran’s Oil Sale to Hit 2.9 Million bpd If Sanctions Lifted: President

President Hassan Rouhani says Tehran will be selling up to 2.9 million barrels per day of oil in the next Iranian year if the sanctions are lifted, noting that the minimum daily crude sales will stand at 2.3 million barrels even if the sanctions remain in place.

Iran Starts Mass Producing Gate Valves in Defiance of Sanctions

Iran has put into service the production line for gate valves used in crude oil transfer pipelines despite the sanctions imposed on the country.