The state-owned oil industry of Iran remains a puzzle. Since 1991, it has declared itself willing to work with international companies in upstream oil and gas projects within the formerly isolationist Islamic republic. Deals, however, have been scarce. The much-heralded welcome of international capital has been intermittent at best.

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