United Arab Emirates-based energy firm Dana Gas said an international tribunal had issued a favourable ruling in the dispute over a natural gas supply contract between its affiliate Crescent Petroleum and Iran.
The tribunal ruled
Iran's new oil minister has ordered the revision of energy project contracts to make them more attractive to foreign investors, a National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) executive told oil ministry news service Shana.
Iran is investigating a suspected cyber attack on its main oil export terminal and on the Oil Ministry itself, Iranian industry sources said on Monday.
A virus was detected inside the control systems of Kharg Island, the country's lar
Iran will not cut oil supplies to India despite warning to refiners over their failure to pay for several months, an official was quoted as saying by the Oil Ministry's news website Shana on Sunday.
"A warning has been sent to those refine
UAE-based Crescent Petroleum on Sunday said Iran did not cancel a 25-year gas supply contract it had signed with the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC).
Last week, Iranian media reported that the contact had been cancel
Iran plans to issue euro and rial denominated bonds worth a total of about $9.7 billion in the 2010-11 year to help finance energy projects, a senior oil official was quoted as saying.
The Oil Ministry will issue five billion euros ($6.67
Iran has raised the official selling prices (OSPs) of all its crudes for October loading to Asia and Northwest Europe, a source with National Iranian Oil Co (Nioc) said on Thursday.
Opec's second-largest exporter has cut prices of all
Iran sits on nearly one fifth of the world's gas and wants to export 30 per cent of it within six years to make up for decades of under investment which have left one of the planet's largest reserves largely untapped, a senior Iranian gas executiv
Iran is expected to import about $4 billion worth of gasoline during the Iranian year ending in March 2008, a senior official said, suggesting a decline of at least 20 per cent from the previous year.
Officials have said Iran spent $5 bill
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad replaced his oil minister, Kazem Vaziri-Hamaneh, a move some analysts saw as a bid to stamp his control on an industry that is the source for most of Iran's revenues.
Iranian news agencies, which carri