August 28, 2000
Iranian Oil Minister Bijan Namdar-Zanganeh gave a ringing endorsement of President Mohammad Khatami's programme of economic reforms.
Iranian President Mohammad Khatami will assign a special representative to take care of matters related to the Caspian Sea's energy resources.
Iran exported more than $120 million worth of mineral and metal products during the period between March 20-July 20, 2000.
Iran's parliament approved a new bill, on August 23, to protect foreign investments — as a means of increasing and attracting much-needed foreign investment into the country.
August 27, 2000
By Mahmoud Al Abed The People’s Mujahideen – Khalq, the Iranian exiled armed group that has recently stepped up their attacks on targets inside Iran,
Mujahedeen step up their attacks on Iran, as Iran’s intelligence Minister threatens to retaliate; Iran’s papers claim that this escalation came after
During the current Iranian year (started March 20) the government will pay more than IR 60 trillion in subsidies on oil products.
China National Petroleum Corp. (CNPC) has won an $85-million contract to drill 19 gas wells in southern Iran, reported the Xinhua news agency. The contract, awarded by the National Iranian Oil Co., wa
The Iranian and Indian governments have agreed to study security issues concerning the proposed Iran-India Gas Pipeline.
Eight Iranian oil refineries have been granted the ISO-9002 license since the beginning of the current Iranian year, which started March 20, conformed the country’s Deputy Oil Minister Mohammad Aqaie.
Iran plans to privatise some 100 of its smaller copper and lead mines, which would also be made available to foreign companies.
Iran is losing out on tax revenue from tobacco because two out of three cigarettes smoked nationwide are smuggled into the country. Iran's free-trade zones (FTZs) have recently been accused of being b
Iran will build a steel plant in Kuwait that marks the Islamic republic's first-ever industrial factory abroad. The plant will be operational in the emirate by March 2002 but gave no further details a
Iran will build a steel plant in Kuwait that marks the Islamic republic's first-ever industrial factory abroad.
Iran's latest major oil and gas discoveries will help return the world market's attention to the low-cost energy reserves in the Gulf, to the benefit of Iraq and Saudi Arabia, analysts say.