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Oil Derivatives’ Exports Via Shahid Rajaie Port Up by 62%


  • 09:52 (Wednesday, July 20, 2016)
  • TEHRAN, July 20 (Shana) – Director General of Hormuzgan Ports and Shipping Office Ebrahim Idani said on Tuesday that export of oil derivatives from Shahid Rajaie Port in the first quarter of the Iranian calendar year of 1395 (started on March 21) rose by 62 percent.
  • Idani said in the period under study, 19,916,136 tons of oil and non-oil commodities were loaded or offloaded, showing 34 percent increase in the period under study.

    He said 7,299,687 tons out of the total bulk of imports or experts were oil derivatives, showing 27 percent increase.

    He added that 2,128,040 tons of oil derivatives were exported from the port, showing 62 percent increase.

    The official said in the period, 1,033,288 tons of  oil derivatives were imported to the country through the port and 41,641 tons of such goods were transited.

Iran to Release Vendor List of Foreign Investors in Oil Sector

  • Shana News Agency
  • 12:50 (Monday, July 18, 2016)
  • TEHRAN, July 18 (Shana) – Managing director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) said the company is preparing the preliminaries for issuing the first tender based on newly-developed oil contracts to develop the country’s oil and gas fields, adding the company will release a vendor list of eligible international energy companies for developing the fields.
  • Ali Kardor said on Monday that a call for identifying international companies active in oil and gas fields will be issued in the near future and the Iranian Ministry of Petroleum’s list of the candidates will be released in a short time.

    Speaking at a gathering of the Development and Engineering Department of NIOC with developers of West Karoon, South Pars and Naft Khazar oil and gas fields, the official said: “Not all foreign companies active in oil industry can partake in Iran’s tenders, so only those international companies that meet NIOC’s standards will be chosen.”

    He said after their choice, companies can partake in tenders by NIOC.

    He said E&P and IOC companies will be the first companies to be allowed in tenders.

    Kardor said disregarding American companies, there are 37 companies in the world that meet the required standards for taking part in NIOC tenders.

    He said NIOC will issue a vendor list within the next two months.