Tuesday Jan 22, 2019

PetroEnergy Information Network

Analysis

How to Counter Oil Sanctions
TEHRAN (Shana) -- We view sanctions as the conditions or the scope of project, i.e. assessing every factor, which is likely to affect the project processes and the triangle of time-quality-cost for a project.
Saturday05 January 201915:21
Saudi Arabia and Extra Oil Output; Challenges & Restrictions
TEHRAN (Shana) -- The US withdrawal from Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with six world powers and Washington’s attempts to cut Iran’s oil exports to zero have raised serious questions about the future of energy market and possible fluctuations and shocks in the oil market.
Sunday14 October 201810:00
Condensate Exports Down as Domestic Use Up
TEHRAN (Shana) -- Since taking office in 2013, the administration of President Hassan Rouhani has focused on putting an end on selling raw materials.
Sunday02 September 201815:40
Ferdowsi, Mideast Biggest Heavy Crude Oil Field
TEHRAN (Shana) -- More than 108 years of prospecting for hydrocarbon reservoirs in Iran have resulted in the exploration of the supergiant South Pars gas field and Azadegan oil field. Iran sits atop more than 100 oil and gas reservoirs, implying that at least one reservoir has been explored per year in Iran in the past century.
Wednesday29 August 201812:16
OPEC not Run by US nor Russia
Sunday10 June 201814:37
An Overview of Iran's 14 Tempting Blocks
TEHRAN, (Shana) -- Iranian and foreign analysts unanimously believe that the time is gone for the discovery of giant oil and gas fields in Iran. They say the chance of discovering fields like Ahvaz Asmari and South Pars is slim in Iran as most massive hydrocarbon structures in the country have been explored over the past quarter-century.
Sunday25 February 201815:12
Shale Oil Competition with OPEC, non-OPEC
TEHRAN, (Shana) -- Shale oil and gas extraction in the United States has commanded headlines in recent years.
Monday22 January 201813:19
History of Oil Products Distribution Industry in Iran
TEHRAN, (Shana) -- As a result of the expansion of activities and increased oil production, there was a growing need for new pipelines. In 1914, a new steel pipeline, which was 10 inches in diameter, was ordered. But the outbreak of World War I delayed its construction up to 1915.
Monday22 January 201812:36