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Re-emerging oil power

Iran plans to introduce a new model of contracts for its energy projects. The Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC) will be a modification of the traditional buy-back risk service deals and has been specifically designed to raise the attractiveness of Iranian oil projectsIran is preparing to make new oil contracts with western investors worth around $100 billion, emphasising a special new approach to business. In London in late 2015, when the situation with the sanctions becomes clearer, Iran plans to...

Targeting 45 new oil and gas projects

Oil producers such as BP and Royal Dutch Shell have expressed interest in developing Iran’s reserves...

Upstream investment under new Iranian IPC contract

The signing of the JCPOA may usher in a new era of major international investment in the Iranian oil...

Iran sees oil exports double after lifting of sanctions

Iran is already in contact with former oil buyers in the European Union – traders such as Vitol...

Seeking all-out cooperation with Azerbaijan in oil and gas

Iran could in the future join the Trans Anatolian Natural Gas Pipeline (Tanap) project. Experts...

Crescent sees Iran paying billions of dollars in damages

Crescent won the arbitration last July and it has now entered the damages phase, which could result...

Russia loser when Iran comes back

On top of Russia, countries from Nigeria and Angola to Colombia and Iraq would face extra...

Indian refiners ready to pay $1.4bn Iran oil dues

The Indian payments are likely to be conducted using a mechanism based on a series of back-to-back...

Investing in Iran’s gas sector pays

Ignoring Iran’s annual gas consumption growth, the country needs more than 20 bcm/a of gas delivery...

Foreign firms scramble to fix Iran’s refineries

Iran badly needs to complete modernisation plans that ground to a halt after sanctions hit the...




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