Iran's plans to export natural gas to Iraq have been pushed back indefinitely, an Iranian official was quoted as saying, blaming the poor security situation in Iraq for the delay.
The oil-producing neighbou
Iran could begin natural gas exports to Iraq in May if security conditions improve, Iranian oil ministry website Shana quoted a senior official as saying.
Iran and Iraq signed an agreement in 2013 under which Tehran would start ex
Iran, which faces tightening sanctions on its oil industry aimed at halting development of its nuclear programme, is looking to export more gas to India and Pakistan to make up for a fall in crude exports, a National Iranian Oil Company offic
Egypt will soon finish drafting a new contract for gas exports to its neighbour Israel that includes a big increase in prices, a newspaper cited the petroleum minister as saying on Tuesday.
Gas supplies to Israel have been disrupted by a s
Iran resumed pumping natural gas to Turkey on Saturday after a one-day halt following a blast on the pipeline, an official was quoted as saying by the semi-official Fars news agency.
"The export of gas to Turkey, halted due to explosion, w
Qatar has signed a three-year deal to boost gas exports to Britain, Prime Minister David Cameron said on Wednesday.
Cameron was speaking at a press conference in the Qatari capital. Qatar is the world's largest exporter of liquefied natura
Gas exports from the three fields auctioned off to international companies by Iraq on Wednesday could be possible in the future once domestic needs are satisfied, a senior adviser to the prime minister said.
"There is no doubt it was a ver
Iranian natural gas began flowing to Turkey again on Saturday after a damaged pipeline linking the two countries was repaired, the Iranian oil ministry news website Shana reported.
"Officially the reason for the cut in gas transfer was sai
Bahrain and Iran have overcome a diplomatic dispute, but talks on the price of gas imports from Iran will still likely be lengthy, Bahrain's minister of Oil and Gas Affairs said on Tuesday.
The non-Opec producer signed a preliminary ag
Yemen, beset by internal strife and tumbling oil income, expects economic growth of 5 per cent in 2009, with delays to gas exports putting an earlier 7 per cent target beyond reach, a central bank official has said.
Ibrahim al-Nahari, sub-