Iran sees prospects for partnering with Gazprom on joint deliveries to Pakistan, Oman - media
MOSCOW. July 27 (Interfax) - Iranian authorities see prospects for cooperation with Gazprom in joint gas deliveries to Pakistan and Oman, the Tasnim news agency quoted Iran's Petroleum Minister Minister Javad Owji as saying.
As reported, Gazprom and the National Iranian Oil Company signed a memorandum of understanding on strategic cooperation on July 19 during Russian President Vladimir Putin's visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran. It provides for the analysis of cooperation opportunities, in particular, in the following areas: development of oil and gas fields in Iran, exchange of natural gas and oil products, implementation of large- and small-scale LNG projects, construction of main gas pipelines, and scientific, technical and technological cooperation.
The memorandum, which encompasses projects worth $40 billion, envisages the development of deposits, implementation of the Iran LNG projects and exchange operations on gas, oil and petroleum products markets.