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.
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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 has put into service the production line for gate valves used in crude oil transfer pipelines despite the sanctions imposed on the country.
Iran’s president says the world should know that the country will sell its oil next year.
Iran’s energy minister has inaugurated more than two dozen electricity projects worth nearly IRR 60 trillion in several Iranian provinces in a single day.
Iran has inaugurated several major petrochemical projects, taking yet another step toward meeting domestic needs.
Iran is to hold the National Hydraulics and Water Inventions Festival with the aim of commercializing a whole range of products in the domain of water and hydraulics.
Visiting Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian and Qatar’s Minister of Commerce and Industry Ali bin Ahmed Al Kuwari have, in a meeting, underlined the need to further promote mutual cooperation in the area of renewable energy sources.
Iran has inaugurated a project to transfer water from the Persian Gulf to desert areas on the country’s central plateau, supply the arid areas with desalinated water.