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Iran’s petroleum minister says the country's oil and natural gas industries have developed tremendously since the victory of the 1979 Islamic Revolution of Iran.
Iran’s First Vice-President Es’haq Jahangiri says the country’s achievements in the fields of oil, gas, and petrochemicals indicate the failure of cruel sanctions against the Islamic Republic.
Iranian Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian has highlighted Tehran and Baghdad’s determination to raise the value of annual trade exchanges to $20 billion, pointing to the major role that the private sectors and a joint investment fund could play in working towards that goal.
At least 110 small and medium-sized European firms have expressed their readiness to establish cooperation with the Islamic Republic of Iran in various areas of oil industry, an Iranian official says.
Russian officials have officially expressed their intention to make a $50 billion investment in Iran’s oil industry, a media report says.
A Chinese company is set to build an oil refinery in Iran’s northern province of Mazandaran with a $2 billion investment.
Iran is counting down to overtake its arch-rival Saudi Arabia when it comes to the production and sale of petrochemical products.
The Islamic Republic of Iran and Italy have clinched a contract on the construction of a solar power station.
Iran plans to build a new solar power plant in the Zarandieh town of Markazi Province as part of a project mainly funded by a South Korean company.
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