A group comprised of Russian state-owned oil and gas companies in a meeting with Irans Deputy Minister of Oil in gas affairs expressed their willingness to invest in Irans gas industry.
The CEO of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) voiced Irans readiness to extend its gas export deal with neighboring Iraq.
Iranian Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji issued a decree appointing Majid Ghegeni as his deputy for gas affairs and the CEO of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC).
Iranian parliament approved Javad Owji as the new petroleum minister by giving him vote of confidence.
Although Iran faced a reduction and lack of access to oil revenues in the face of sanctions, it was able to overcome these conditions as safely as possible by increasing exports of petroleum products and currency appreciation, which was made possible by the development of gas supply in the country.
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