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Pertamina seeks to expedite oilfield exploration in Iran
Indonesia's state-owned oil and gas company Pertamina asked Iran to allow the company to accelerate exploration of two major oilfields in the southwestern province of Khuzestan.
Iran, Russia finalizing 'oil-for-goods' deal: Novak
Iran can start crude oil deliveries to Russia within next month under the 'oil-for-goods' program, said Russia's Energy Minister Alexander Novak.
Japan's Inpex eyes bid for Azadegan oil project
Japan's Inpex Corp. might participate in a tender to develop Azadegan oilfield in southwestern Iran and form a consortium with other foreign oil firms to that end, a high-ranking Iranian official said.
South Korea's July Iranian crude oil imports jump 27%
South Korea's crude oil imports from Iran rose 27 percent in July from a year ago, driven by Seoul's strong appetite for competitively priced Iranian light oil as Tehran looks to boost market share.
Norwegian DNO inching closer to Changuleh oil deal
Iran has received a proposal from Norway's DNO oil and gas operator for the development of a major oilfield in the west of the country.
Iran oil output up in July
Iran crude oil production in July recorded a growth along with most other OPEC producers as the 14-nation group continues efforts to check global oil prices.
IEA raises oil demand growth forecast for 2017
World oil demand will grow more than expected this year, helping to ease a global glut despite rising production from North America and weak OPEC compliance with output cuts, the International Energy Agency said.
Oil falls for third day as doubts over OPEC cuts linger
Crude futures fell for a third day on Wednesday despite a bigger than expected fall in US oil inventories reported by an industry group, with doubts lingering over the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries’ ability to restrain supply as promised.
Zanganeh tapped to retain oil portfolio
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani proposed the reappointment of its longest-serving oil minister, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, who fought to restore crude production and closed a landmark deal with Total SA to develop the country's share in the world's biggest natural gas field.
Ukraine joins Iran’s oil customers
Ukraine joined Iran's oil customers, making its first purchase in June, said media reports quoting the country's State Fiscal Service.
Iran preparing to award $15b in new oil deals
Iran expects to attract $15 billion in foreign investments for oil and gas projects before next April.
Shell closer to major Iranian oil awards
Iran has received proposals from the global energy giant Royal Dutch Shell to develop two major oilfields.
Iran's oil exports to China to rise to 11-month high in August
Iran's oil exports to China is expected to rise to the highest in 11 months in August as demand for heavier Iranian crude increased, two sources with knowledge of the matter said on Thursday.
Iran ready to resume oil swap with Russia, Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan: Zanganeh
Iran would resume oil swap with Russia, Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan as soon as the countries supply the required crude, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said.

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