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Iran to Publicly Sell Shares of Four State-Owned Oil Refineries

Iran to Publicly Sell Shares of Four State-Owned Oil Refineries

Iran’s government spokesman says shares of four refineries will begin to be offered to the public soon.
Time to Wean Global Economy Off Oil Earnings

Time to Wean Global Economy Off Oil Earnings: Analyst

An analyst says recent developments indicate the world economy will no longer be dependent on oil revenues in the future.
Resolving Oil Market Issues Requires Global Cooperation: Iran Minister

Resolving Oil Market Issues Requires Global Cooperation: Iran Minister

Iranian oil minister says the OPEC alone cannot solve the problem of the oil market, noting that resolution of the oil market issues requires global cooperation.
Iran’s Largest Hydro Power Plant to Be Built in Yazd with Foreign Investment

Iran’s Largest Hydro Power Plant to Be Built in Yazd with Foreign Investment

Iran’s largest hydro power plant will be constructed in central Yazd province with foreign investment.
Zarif, Qatari Counterpart Discuss Regional Issues

Tehran, Doha Agree to Work Together in Energy, Investment Domains

Iran and Qatar have agreed to work together in the fields of energy and investment, and to seriously pursue mutual economic cooperation after the fallout from the coronavirus pandemic is over.
President Inaugurates Major Energy Projects in Tehran Province

President Inaugurates Major Energy Projects in Tehran Province

President of the Islamic Republic of Iran Hassan Rouhani has inaugurated a number of water and electricity projects in the province of Tehran, in which a total of 2.8 trillion tomans has been made in investment.
US Imperialism More Perilous than Coronavirus: Rouhani

US Imperialism More Perilous than Coronavirus: Rouhani

Iran’s president says the US imperialism is a more dangerous virus than the novel coronavirus for human society.
Iran Exempted from OPEC+ Output Cut Deal: Minister

Iran Exempted from OPEC+ Output Cut Deal: Minister

The Iranian petroleum minister says Iran, along with Libya and Venezuela, has been exempted from cutting oil output as they are under sanctions.
Oil Price Falls Most since 1991 War, Plunges to $31

Oil Price Falls Most since 1991 War, Plunges to $31

Oil prices crashed on Monday by around 30% in what analysts are calling the start of a price war.
Iran’s Petropars Developing South Pars Gas Field Alone

Iran’s Petropars Developing South Pars Gas Field Alone

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh says the Iranian energy company Petropars is now developing the Phase 11 of South Pars Gas Field alone after China’s CNPC International and France’s Total fully abandoned the project.