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A New Stage in the Development of Petrochemical Industry0
The following presentation “A New Stage in the Development of Petrochemical Industry” by “Mohammad H. Peyvandi” was hold as a part of the Conference “Doing business in Iran” on the 19th of May 2015 organized by NUMOV and GERMELA.
BP Statistical Review of World Energy June 20160
For 65 years, the BP Statistical Review of World Energy has provided high-quality objective and globally consistent data on world energy markets. The review is one of the most widely respected and authoritative publications in the field of energy economics, used for reference by the media, academia, world governments and energy companies. A new edition is published every June.
Country Analysis Brief: Iran – energy0
Iran holds the world’s fourth-largest proved crude oil reserves and the world’s second-largest natural gas reserves. Despite the country’s abundant reserves, Iran’s oil production has substantially declined over the past few years, and natural gas production growth has slowed. International sanctions have profoundly affected Iran’s energy sector. Sanctions have prompted a number of cancellations or delays of upstream projects, resulting in declining oil production capacity.
Energy and Sustainable Development in Iran0
This is the first Sustainable Energy Watch report for Iran.
Estimates have been developed for all eight indicators using 1990 data or similar benchmarks for all eight indicators. For each of these indicators, the value of 1 is either the global average or the historical trend for Iran, while the value of 0 is the sustainability target.
IRAN OIL & GAS REPORT0
Exploration in Iran will remain limited given the extensive amount of proven unproduced resource. The main focus will be on improving the understanding of existing fields.
- Total has signed a heads of agreement for the development of South Pars phase 11.
- DNO has signed an MoU to study the Changuleh oil field.
- NIOC has secured an MoU with PTTEP for preliminary studies on the Changuleh, Balal and Dalpari oil fields.
Iran’s Petrochemical Industry Report Annual Report0
The cornerstone of petrochemical industry in Iran was laid in late 1950s. Owing to the size of the domestic market and the availability of huge hydrocarbon reserves, the industry saw rapid development and
expansion in the ensuing years.
Iran’s Power Industry Analysis Investment Risks & Opportunities in Post-Sanctions Era0
In the last two decades, Iran’s power industry has undergone a major transformation to respond to its growing domestic needs, intensified industrialization, and electricity export ambitions. Despite the adverse impact of sanctions, lack of technology, chronic mismanagement, and financial challenges, the electricity sector has continued to meet the country’s fast-paced growing power demand, albeit in an inefficient and uneconomic manner facing occasional blackouts during peak demands. In the last eight years in particular, under severe constraints of capital and investment, the industry has gradually weakened; the growing number of incomplete projects and the decline in the number of new projects lagging behind the rising demand is clear evidence of this exhaustion. Nevertheless, given that removal of sanctions has now become imminent, and with a pro-reform, pro-foreign investment government in office, the electricity industry is poised to expand rapidly in the years ahead, not to mention the significant role that the country’s massive gas reserves can play in accelerating such an expansion.
Iran’s re-emergence on global energy markets: opportunities, challenges & implications0
The Islamic Republic of Iran’s energy wealth and geo-strategic location – a bridge between East and West – allow it to export energy resources to European and Asian energy markets. However, due to various internal and international political, economic, and security constellations, Iran could not successfully exercise its energy potential internationally. Two main blocking factors – the Iranian oil contract regime which is not attractive to the International Oil Companies (IOCs) and international sanctions, imposed on Iran due to security concerns about its not fully transparent Nuclear Programme ─ are being presently redefined. The international agreement of July 2015, preconditioning the lifting of sanctions, and the preparation of a new more competitive oil contract framework in Iran signal a significant change in the international and domestic environment, allowing Iran to re-emerge on the global energy stage in a new atmosphere. This study examines the opportunities, challenges, and implications of Iran’s re-integration into international energy markets and re-opening of its energy sector to foreign investors.