Iran’s joint fields offer development, partnership opportunities

Omid Shokri Kalehsar Yalova University Yalova, Turkey After 36 years of limited access to tools, technologies, and international exploration and development partners, Iran is now working to expand its domestic hydrocarbon resources. The UN Security Council in July 2015 unanimously …

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Iran‐Azerbaijan Energy Relations in the Post‐Sanctions Era

Energy relations between Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan go back to the 1990s, after the collapse of the Soviet Union. Before Azerbaijan gained its independence, direct economic relations between the two were impossible. Once the leadership of Heyder Aliyev …

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Sino-Iranian Energy Relations in Light of New sanctions

Energy, mainly from oil exports, is one the main foundations on which Sino-Iranian relations are built. China’s growing economy needs energy from reliable sources, and Iran’s huge oil and natural gas reserves go a long way towards covering the surplus …

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Iran-Turkey Energy Relations After US Withdraw JCPOA

  With the onset of EU/US sanctions on Iran’s energy sector, the country’s oil and gas production capacity decreased dramatically. Following the signing of the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), however, …

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U.S. Sanctions Threaten India’s Importation of Iranian Oil

Washington has said that to achieve significant reductions in Iranian oil exports it needs India to observe the sanctions.   by Rauf Mammadov Follow @RaufNMammadov and   Omid Shokri Kalehsar Follow @ushukrik When the United States pulled out of the Iran …

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