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Iran's gas drive

In the past 2 years, Iran has been opening its doors to foreign investors, with petroleum companies pushing a growing list of projects.One of the main catalysts for change is the Institute for International Energy Studies, Tehran, established by the Ministry of Petroleum in 1991 to act as an advisory body. However, it runs as a nongovernmental organization.The IIES undertakes research for the ministry on a wide range of industry topics, but to the outside world it is best known for its conferences. Next in line is the Persian Gulf Gas Resources conference, scheduled for Nov. 7-8 in Tehran.Seyed Gholamhossein Hassantash, IIES president, told OGJ that this conference will be the fourth the ...

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