Iran Vows to Retaliate Evil Acts in International Waters

Iran’s top security official has slammed as “piracy” the recent attack on an Iranian oil tanker in the Red Sea, saying evil acts in international waters will not go unanswered.

Iran Investigating Attack on Its Oil Tanker: Spokesman

Iran’s Government Spokesman Ali Rabiei says Tehran is carefully looking into the recent tanker accident in the Red Sea without any haste.

Iran Calls Attack on Its Oil Tanker ‘Dangerous Adventure’

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has described an attack on the Iranian oil tanker SABITI in the Red Sea as “a dangerous adventure”, warning that all the responsibilities fall on those behind it.

Explosions Hit Iranian Oil Tanker near Saudi Arabia

An Iranian oil tanker operated by the National Iranian Tanker Company has been hit by two missile attacks near Saudi Arabia.

Massive Onshore Gas Field Found in Southern Iran

Iran has discovered a massive onshore gas field in the country’s south after a year of exploration, Fars news agency reported on Wednesday.

Iran Planning to Build LNG Park with 3m-Tonne Capacity: Minister

Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said the country plans to construct an LNG park with an annual capacity to produce three million tons of liquefied natural gas.

Iran’s Petropars to Develop South Pars 11 Alone after CNPC’s Pullout

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says the Iranian company Petropars will develop the Phase 11 of giant gas field South Pars after the Chinese company CNPC International pulled out of the contract.

‘No Iranian City Will Have Problem in Access to Water in Two Years’

Iran’s Energy Minister says the country has plans to resolve its water problem by the end of the twelfth government’s term in 2021.

Tehran Has No Problem Talking to Saudis: Oil Minister

Iran’s oil minister says Tehran has no problem talking to Riyadh officials, and a meeting with his Saudi counterpart during an ongoing event in Moscow is not unlikely.

Iran Develops Solar Drones for Monitoring Missions

Researchers at a knowledge-based company have acquired the technical know-how of building solar unmanned aerial vehicles, which they say is capable of monitoring several hundred acres over an eight-hour sortie.

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