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Iran’s natural gas processing capacity hits 328.5 bcm: Official
A senior Iranian oil Ministry official says total capacity for processing natural gas has reached 900 million cubic meters a day, or 328.5 billion cubic meters (bcm) a year.
Iran’s metals exports to China surge by %150 y/y in March-October: Report
A new report shows that Iran’s export of various metals and mining products to China have significantly increased this year amid government efforts to broaden its access to new sources of hard currency at a time of increased American pressure on the oil industry.
Nearly $43b needed for completion of transport infrastructure projects
Iran needs about $42.8 billion of financial resources for completing its transportation infrastructure projects, said deputy roads and urban development minister for resource planning and management.
IRGC Navy commander says foreign vessels' move monitored in Persian Gulf
Iran’s naval forces are closely watching the movement of any foreign vessel in the Persian Gulf waters, a commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) has said, warning against the presence of extra-regional countries in that territory.
Iran’s weekly sale of petrochemicals in local bourse exceeds $200m
Iran’s sale of petrochemical products in a local energy exchange exceeded $200 million in one week as the government keeps using the mechanism to bypass the US sanctions imposed on the oil and gas industry.
Siemens helping Iran launch 5 GW of modern power plants
Germany’s engineering giant Siemens is backing Iran in plans to launch power plants relying on modern gas turbines that would add some 5 gigawatts (GW) to the country’s electricity generation capacity.
Zanganeh: South Pars development creates export opportunity
Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said on Sunday that Iran is exporting oil products due to the development of its gas supply know-how and giant South Pars (SP) field.
Iran sanctions ‘alternative’ for hot war: US
US critics rap sanctions as ‘weaponization’ of dollar
‘When the Moon Was Full’ fetches Iran three French awards
Iranian movie ‘When the Moon Was Full’ shone on its second international screening, winning three awards at the International Political Film Festival (FIFP) in Carcassonne, France, on December 10-14.
Iran says has foiled second cyberattack in less than a week
Iran's telecommunications minister announced on Sunday that the country has defused a second cyberattack in less than a week, this time “aimed at spying on government intelligence."
Trump regime escalates economic terrorism on Iran
US war on Iran by other means is all about its refusal to subordinate its sovereignty to US interests, opposition to its imperial agenda, support for Palestinian rights, and Washington’s aim to control its vast hydrocarbon resources.
US missile tests, unilateral exit from INF spread global insecurity: Iran
Iran has voiced concerns about and deplored the latest move by the United States to test a medium-range ballistic missile, months after Washington withdrew from the Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty with Russia.
Iran’s weekly sale of petchems in local bourse exceeds $200 mln
Iran’s sale of petrochemical products in a local energy exchange has exceeded $200 million in one week as the government keeps using the mechanism to bypass the American sanctions imposed on the oil and gas industry.

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