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Iran discovers new natural gas reserves

January 18, 2013


Iran has discovered new reserves of natural gas, Iranian Central Oilfields Company Managing Director Mehdi Fakour said, Mehr reported. Without revealing any details, Fakour noted, that the reserves were discovered in North-East of Iran. He added that until September 2013, Iran will continue the exploration study of the newly discovered resources. According to BP’s annual […]

Iran threatens to cut gas to domestic consumers

November 29, 2012


Iran has issued a warning, regarding the domestic gas consumption, IRIB News reported. Managing Director of National Iranian Gas Company Jawad Owji said this year the highest gas consumption in the country has been recorded, and urged people to use gas more efficiently. Owji issued a warning to gas consumers, noting that the government has […]

“Iran has enough gas for domestic demand, yet may face problems with export”

November 24, 2012


Having world’s second largest gas reserves in the world, Iran has the potential to satisfy the domestic demand and at the same time export considerable amount of gas to other countries, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah believes. Dadkhah was commenting on how Iran would be dealing with its domestic gas consumption and exports, with […]

Iran seems confident as EU prepares gas import ban

October 9, 2012


Up until now, Iran has mostly been worried about its oil exports, thanks to numerous sanctions imposed on the country from the U.S., and Europe. Now, it seems like EU is considering imposing a ban on Iran’s gas exports, as part of a set of new measures to ratchet up pressure on the Islamic Republic […]

“Further sanctions on Iran unlikely to impact world gas market”

October 7, 2012


It is unlikely that further sanctions on Iran would have a major impact on the world gas market, Senior fellow at Nanyang Technological University’s S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, James M. Dorsey believes. The European Union is poised to ban imports of Iranian gas into Europe as part of its efforts to ratchet up […]

“Iran’s revenues from gas exports reduce”

June 28, 2012


Iran’s revenues from gas exports are going down, EU economic advisor Mehrdad Emadi said, commenting on the gas swaps between Iran and its neighbors. Iran’s geographic location makes it an ideal gateway for transporting and swapping various energy carriers in the Middle East and Central Asia. The first sea shipment of liquid gas from a […]

Report on Iran: Oil & Gas statistics (2010-2011)

June 18, 2012


OIL RESERVES Iran’s proved oil reserves at the end of 2011 estimated to 151,2 billion barrels, according to BP’s June 2012 World Energy review report. This figure is equal to the end of 2010 figure for the Islamic Republic. In comparison to Iran, Iraq has increased its oil reserves since the end of 2010 by […]

“Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline beneficial to both sides, however it faces many obstacles”

March 7, 2012


Under normal circumstances, The Iran-Pakistan gas pipeline project is beneficial to both sides, U.S. Northeastern University Professor Kamran Dadkhah said.