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Major Power Projects in Khuzestan Province

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Iran plans to start the construction phase of five major power plant projects in the country’s southwestern province of Khuzesan this Iranian year (ends on March 20, 2018), Energy Minister Reza Ardakanian said.

Speaking to IRIB, the energy minister said that these projects would produce 3,600 megawatts (MW) of energy.

At present, the province enjoys over 13,200 MW installed production capacity which will be increased this year by inaugurating two 160 MW projects including Behbahan and West Karun power plants, Ardakanian added.

He said that in the next Iranian calendar year (to start on March 21, 2018), another 4,500 MW project will be launched in the region.

The energy minister said that the installed production capacity of the oil rich region will be increased by 60 percent after launch of the above mentioned projects.

Iran exports around 12 billion kilowatt-hours (kWh) of electricity to its neighbors each year, while the imports stand at an annual level of 4 billion kWh, Iran’s energy minister said in November 2015.

(Source: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence)

Iran’s Exports to Turkey Grow by 75%

Iran Plans $3bn Investment to Develop 10 Oil Reserves

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Iran’s Exports to Turkey Grow by 75%

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The value of trade exchange between Iran and Turkey in the first nine months of this year has risen by 14 percent compared to the corresponding period last year, figures released by the Turkish government said.

According to the Turkish Statistical Institute, a large increase in the value of imports from Iran in the first three quarters of 2017 has raised the total trade exchange between the two neighbors in comparison to the previous year.

The figures show that Turkey’s imports from Iran in the 9-month period has stood at above $5.8 billion, showing a 75 percent increase compared to January-September 2016.

The total trade exchange between Tehran and Ankara during the 9-month period surpassed $8.1, according to the figures.

Oil and gas form Turkey’s main imports from Iran.

Iran has been ranked seventeenth in the list of Turkey’s most popular export destinations in the 9-month span.

Iran and Turkey have set a $30-billion annual trade target, signing several agreements to enhance cooperation in various areas.

In early October, Turkish President Recep Tayyib Erdogan visited Iran to attend the fourth round of strategic meetings between Iran and Turkey.

In a press release after the official visit, the Iranian and Turkish presidents said they have reaffirmed the goal of increasing the annual trade to $30 billion per annum.

(Source: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence)

New Plant Raises Ceiling on Iran’s Power Output

Major Power Projects in Khuzestan Province

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Iran Resolved to Establish Railroad Link with Iraq

By editor on in Transport

The Iranian president’s chief of staff voiced the administration’s determination to construct a railroad linking Iran to the Iraqi city of Basra, saying the project would give a major boost to the transportation industry in the region.

Speaking to reporters in the southwestern city of Khorramshahr on Friday, Mahmoud Vaezi said various related bodies, including the Arvand Free Trade Zone and the presidential office, have decided to focus efforts on the establishment of the railroad to Iraq.

In addition to better services for travelers, the railroad would function as a regional corridor and bring a major change in the transportation industry, he added.

In February 2016, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani had unveiled plans for railroad link with Iraq, expressing the hope that rail access to Basra would enable Iranian pilgrims residing in cities as far as Mashhad to travel to Iraq’s Karbala by train.

(Source: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence)

Total to Conform to any US Sanctions on Iran: CEO

New Plant Raises Ceiling on Iran’s Power Output

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Total to Conform to any US Sanctions on Iran: CEO

By editor on in Oil & Gas

France’s Total has opened an office in Washington to coordinate its operations in Iran where the French oil and gas major plans to develop Phase 11 of the giant South Pars gas field.

On Thursday, Total CEO Patrick Pouyanne stated that his company would comply with any sanctions on Iran. Iranian officials, he said, “know that if we cannot go ahead it is because of a decision by the US.”

Total’s Washington office also announced that it would help coordinate relations with the US Treasury and State Department to make sure the French firm remained in compliance with any changes to US sanctions.

For now, Total is awaiting a US Congress decision on whether the Iran nuclear agreement is in line with the American interests, Pouyanne said last month.

“If the framework changes, if we can legally do and execute the contract we will do that. There are huge opportunities in Iran. But let’s see if we can do that initial project first,” he said last week.

Total’s Chief Financial Officer Patrick de La Chevardiere has said the group expected to announce the main contract for South Pars at the beginning of 2018 when there would be clarity from the US.

Total was the first Western energy firm to sign a major deal, worth $4.8 billion, with Iran after sanctions were lifted on Iran in 2016 under a nuclear agreement.

However, US President Donald Trump’s refusal last month to endorse the nuclear agreement with Iran and his threat to levy new sanctions on the country has thrown the future of the deal into doubt.

(Source: PEDEC)

Baghdad may Export Kirkuk Oil to Iran

Iran Resolved to Establish Railroad Link with Iraq

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Baghdad may Export Kirkuk Oil to Iran

By editor on in Oil & Gas

By John Lee.

Iraq‘s State Oil Marketing Organization (SOMO) has reportedly confirmed that talks are ongoing between Baghdad and Tehran to export crude oil from Kirkuk to the Kermanshah refinery (pictured) in Iran.

SOMO Director Alaa al-Mussawi is quoted as saying that trucks would initially supply 15,000 barrels of crude oil per day (bpd) to the refinery, increasing to 25,000 bpd.

Kirkuk oil has until recently been exported to international markets via the Ceyhan port in Turkey.

(Source: Kurdistan 24)

Europe’s Efforts to Facilitate Banking Ties with Iran “Not Sufficient”

Total to Conform to any US Sanctions on Iran: CEO

Tags: featured, Iraq, Kermanshah, Kermanshah refinery, State Oil Marketing Organisation (SOMO)

Europe’s Efforts to Facilitate Banking Ties with Iran “Not Sufficient”

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Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for American and European Affairs Majid Takht Ravanchi said European countries have not made enough efforts to persuade their banks work with Iran.

Addressing a conference in the French capital of Paris on Tuesday, Takht Ravanchi stressed the need for the European parties to the 2015 nuclear deal, known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA), to clarify their position about any possible action by the US to withdraw from the agreement.

The Europeans should make it clear what their reaction would be if Washington leaves the JCPOA and imposes fresh sanctions against Tehran, he said.

The Iranian diplomat further criticized the European countries for not having made sufficient efforts to encourage their banks to cooperate with Iran.

Takht Ravanchi also said Iran will not be the first party to withdraw from the deal, adding that the Islamic Republic is “prepared for any scenario”.

Concerns have been growing in recent weeks that the US administration may unilaterally scrap the nuclear agreement between Iran and the Group 5+1 (Russia, China, the US, Britain, France, and Germany).

In a major confrontational stance against Iran on October 13, US President Donald Trump refused to certify the multilateral deal on Tehran’s peaceful nuclear program.

Speaking from the White House, Trump said he will choose not to certify that Tehran is complying with the agreement.

The 159-page nuclear agreement was reached in July 2015 and came into force in January 2016.

Since the historic deal was signed in Vienna, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has repeatedly confirmed the Islamic Republic’s compliance with its commitments under the JCPOA, but some other parties, especially the US, have failed to live up to their undertakings.

(Source: Tasnim, under Creative Commons licence)

Iran’s FM to Travel to Central Asia on Wednesday

Baghdad may Export Kirkuk Oil to Iran

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Iran’s FM to Travel to Central Asia on Wednesday

By editor on in Industry, Investment, Politics

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif will head to Tajikistan and Uzbekistan on Wednesday at the official invitation of the authorities of the two central Asian countries.

According to Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi, Zarif will meet with high-ranking Tajik officials in Dushanbe.

While in Uzbekistan, he added, FM Zarif will hold talks with the country’s officials and attend the International Conference on Security and Sustainable Development in Central Asia.

The conference will be attended by international and regional officials and figures, Qassemi noted.

(Source: Ministry of Foreign Affairs)

New Career Opportunities in Iran

Europe’s Efforts to Facilitate Banking Ties with Iran “Not Sufficient”

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New Career Opportunities in Iran

By editor on in Agriculture, Employment

By John Lee.

The United Nations has advertised new jobs in Iran:

(Source: UN)

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Iran Market Great without American Rivals: Europe Firm

Iran’s FM to Travel to Central Asia on Wednesday

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Exports of foodstuffs up 12% in 6 months yr/yr

TEHRAN- Iran’s exports of foodstuffs during the first half of the present Iranian calendar year (March 21- September 22, 2017) increased 12 percent in comparison with the same period in the year preceding, IRNA quoted the board chairman of Food Producers Cooperative as saying on Tuesday.

According to Mehdi Karimi Tafreshi, Iran’s exports of foodstuff to Central Asia, Russia, Qatar, and Iraq increased 19 percent for dairy products, 14 percent for dried fruits, 10 percent for confectionaries and canned products, 9 percent for flavor enhancers and similar products, 7 percent for vegetable oils, and 5 percent for other foodstuff.

“Iran exports about $2.5 billion of foodstuff each year and the figure can be doubled in future,” he added.

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Iran increases Dec. oil prices for Northwest Europe, Mediterranean, Sidi Kerir

TEHRAN- Iran boosted its crude oil prices for Northwest Europe, the Mediterranean, and Sidi Kerir in December, a source with knowledge of the matter said on Tuesday.

The National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) raised the price for Iranian light crude to Northwest Europe by 90 cents from the previous month to $1.75 a barrel below Brent Wave, the source said, Reuters reported.
 
NIOC has yet to release December prices for Asia. 

Iran has been regaining market share at a faster pace than analysts had projected since sanctions were lifted.

The OPEC producer aims to raise its output capacity to 4.7 million bpd by 2021, Amir-Hossein Zamaninia, Iran's deputy oil minister for trade and international affairs, said last month. 

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Iran’s heavy crude oil price exceed $60

TEHRAN – Iranian heavy crude oil price hit the record high $60.15 per barrel on Tuesday following the recent price surge in the oil market, IRNA reported.

The price rose by $2.45 per barrel or 4.2 percent to push Iranian crude price once again into the $60 range after two years.

According to Reuters, oil prices surged to their highest levels since the summer of 2015 in last few days as a major political shakeup in Saudi Arabia underpinned a rally fueled by geopolitical risk.

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Iranian trade delegation due in Belgium in late Nov.

TEHRAN – An Iranian trade delegation is due to visit Belgium on November 29 and 30 to present Iranian investment projects for Belgian counterparts, IRIB reported on Tuesday quoting chairman of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) as saying.

Masoud Khansari said the delegation will introduce 15 investment projects in Iran’s energy and mining sectors to the European investors.

Khansari made the remarks in a meeting with René Branders, the president of Federation of Belgian Chambers of Commerce, in Tehran.

The official further stressed the role of chambers of commerce in improving mutual trade relations between the two countries and in attracting foreign investment.

He also mentioned some of the hurdles that investors are facing for trade, saying, “Solving banking problems and easing visa issuance could facilitate the trade for businessmen and investors.”

Branders for his part welcomed the exchange of trade delegations saying that Belgian chambers of commerce are ready to receive Iranian business partners. 

Elsewhere in his remarks, the Belgian official stressed the role of small and medium enterprises (SMEs) and called for expansion of trade relations with an especial focus on SMEs.

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European agriculture, rural development commissioner due in Tehran

TEHRAN- European Agriculture and Rural Development Commissioner Phil Hogan will enter Tehran on Friday on the head of a high-ranking delegation.

The delegation comprises 70 members including some officials from Directorate-General for Agriculture and Rural Development of the European Commission as well as representatives of some renowned companies from different European countries, the portal of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) quoted Kaveh Zargaran, the chairman of TCCIMA’s Committee for Agriculture, Water and Food Industries, as saying.

The delegates are scheduled to discuss possible spheres of cooperation in joint investment, exports and imports, transfer of technology, and training courses with the Iranian sides in an Economic Forum to be hosted by TCCIMA’s Committee for Agriculture, Water and Food Industries on Saturday, November 11, Zargaran announced.  

He said visiting a number of food production, animal husbandry and greenhouse units as well as some chain stores on Sunday has been planned for the delegates in order to make them acquainted with Iran’s capabilities in these fields.
 
Underlining the tendency of European Commission’s member states to broaden ties with Iran in agriculture and food sectors, the TCCIMA chairman noted that such willingness is a result of Iran’s nuclear deal known as Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

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India planning more wheat shipments to Afghanistan via Chabahar

TEHRAN- India plans to send seven shipments of wheat to Afghanistan through Iran’s southeastern Chabahar Port by the end of January, Reuters reported.

India launched a trade route to Afghanistan via Iran through shipping its first consignment of wheat to Afghanistan on October 29, bypassing longtime rival Pakistan. 

New Delhi is in talks with Tehran to begin interim operations at the port.

India has committed $500 million to Chabahar Port development as a way to bypass rival Pakistan and crack open a trade and transport route to landlocked Afghanistan, as well as the resource-rich countries of central Asia.

India is expanding its economic diplomacy in Afghanistan, seeing itself as a regional power.

The shipments are meant to demonstrate the route’s viability, officials said, and the plan is to broaden the cargo flow before the port is fully operational by the end of next year.

“Things are moving quite well and as planned,” Saurabh Kumar, Indian ambassador to Iran, said in an email.

India has framed its involvement in Chabahar’s development as primarily about establishing a gateway to Afghanistan, more than Iran itself, Indian officials and a Western diplomatic source said.

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IDRO inks MOU with Gazprom on energy co-op

TEHRAN - Industrial Development and Renovation Organization of Iran (IDRO) and Russia’s energy giant Gazprom signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) for cooperation in energy projects.

According to IDRO portal, the MOU was signed by IDRO’s Chairman Mansour Moazami, and Vitaly Markelov, Gazprom’s deputy chairman of the management committee, in Tehran on Sunday.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Moazami mentioned IDRO’s long history in energy and industry areas especially in executing South Pars energy projects and called the MOU “an opportunity” for expansion of mutual cooperation in oil, gas and energy sectors. 

“We are ready for cooperation in all areas,” he said.

According to the official, implementing the MOU could result in many positive outcomes for the involved parties and for the region.

Markelov for his part stressed his company’s rich background in energy sector, saying that Gazprom is currently contributing to energy projects in 26 different countries worldwide.

He further expressed satisfaction with the MOU and called for expansion of cooperation with Iran in the country’s energy projects.

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PHOTO: IDRO’s Chairman Mansour Moazami (R) and Gazprom’s Deputy Chairman Vitaly Markelov exchanging MOU documents 


 

6,000 new industrial units to be established by Mar. 2018

TEHRAN- Iranian Deputy Industry Minister Reza Rahmani said the Industry Ministry plans to set up 6,000 new industrial units creating 50,000 jobs in the country by the end of current Iranian calendar year (march 20, 2018), IRNA reported.

Mentioning production flourishing one of the main policies of Resistance Economy, the official announced that some 50 national plans have been specified in the ministry that implementing them will create over 13,000 new job opportunities.

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Iran Transportation, Logistics Forum held in Tehran

TEHRAN- Iran Transportation and Logistics Forum was held at IRIB International Conference Center in Tehran on November 5 and 6, IRNA reported.

Iranian Transport Minister Abbas Akhoundi, Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (TCCIMA) Chairman Masoud Khansari, and European Logistics Association President Paolo Bisogni were among speakers in the inaugural ceremony of the event.

Addressing the forum, Akhoundi said putting emphasis on competitive advantage is one of the main policies of his ministry.

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Iran, Switzerland seek ease of banking ties

TEHRAN- Iran and Switzerland are opening new avenues for developing easier banking transactions, Iranian Deputy Finance Minister Mohammad Khazaei told reporters after his Sunday meeting with Switzerland’s Vaud Economics Minister Philippe Leuba in Tehran, Shada news agency reported.

Khazaei, who is also the managing director of Organization for Investment, Economic and Technical Assistance of Iran (OIETAI), explained that during this meeting the two sides discussed new easier banking solutions for financing Iranian projects as well.

“We also discussed funding investment projects and their insurance coverage by European companies in Iran,” he added.

As he continued, the two ministers also conferred on expansion of cooperation particularly in areas of biotechnology, information technology (IT), agriculture technologies and transportation. Khazaei expressed hope that cooperation in some of the named areas will be materialized within a month.

For his part, Leuba, told reports that “during our visit to Iran, we held some fruitful meetings with Iranian companies in order to expand economic cooperation and believe that the ground is set for boosting bilateral economic and industrial ties with Iran.”

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PHOTO: Switzerland’s Vaud Economics Minister Philippe Leuba (L) and Iranian Deputy Finance Minister Mohammad Khazaei 

Rear Admiral Sayyari meets European, other countries commanders in Italy

Tehran (ISNA) – Iran’s Navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari held talks with a number of European navy commanders at Venice Regional Seapower Symposium (RSS) for the Navies of the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries.

Top-ranking navy officials from Bulgaria, Spain, Portugal, South Africa, Croatia, Algeria, Argentina, Russia and Italy all held short talks with Sayyari and voiced resolve to bolster bilateral relations with the Iranian Navy in various naval arenas.

All parties stressed the need to share views and experiences in a bid to develop collaboration and implement reached Memorandum of Understanding (MoUs).

The South African side voiced satisfaction towards successful holding of a primary workshop for the Indian Ocean Naval Symposium (IONS) in Johannesburg, voiced his country’s readiness to make an active presence in the sixth edition of the Symposium to be held soon in Tehran.

Navy commander of Argentina, for his part, noted that, despite the long distance between the two countries, numerous venues existed for cooperation between Tehran and Buenos Aires.

Sayyari, for his part, welcomed all proposed initiatives for expansion of relations between Iran’s Navy and naval forces of other countries.

The 4-day symposium, scheduled for October 17-19, is hosting naval commanders from 50 countries to discuss countering illegal activities, technical innovation, and enhancing cooperation in the maritime security sector.

The purpose of the Regional Seapower Symposium for the Mediterranean and Black Sea Countries is to create a forum where the leaders of the regional Navies can meet and discuss about their common challenges and strengthen mutual cooperation.

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Iran will rip nuclear deal to pieces if other party tears it up: Leader

Tehran (ISNA) - Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has warned that Iran will cut the nuclear deal with six world powers into shreds if the other party chooses to tear it up.

Speaking at a Wednesday meeting with a group of Iranian academic elites in Tehran, Ayatollah Khamenei welcomed the European governments’ condemnation of US President Donald Trump’s recent decision not to certify Iran’s compliance with the nuclear deal, officially called the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).

“But this is not enough for them (EU) to say that he (Trump) should not tear up the JCPOA. The JCPOA serves their interests. As long as the other party has not torn up the JCPOA, we will not tear it up,” said the Leader, warning that Iran will cut the deal into shreds if the other side tears it up.

He said Europeans need to take practical measures in the face of Washington’s threats to the deal, and refuse to join voices with the US in its opposition to Iran's regional role and defense program.

Europe, the Leader said, should “avoid meddling with our defense issues.”

Ayatollah Khamenei also dismissed Western criticisms of Iran’s conventional missile program, noting, “Why do you, yourself, have missiles? Why do you have atomic bombs?”

The Leader went on to say that Iran has managed to stand against “the US hegemony” and make progress under pressure and sanctions, adding that Washington’s anger stems from the Islamic Republic’s strong role in the fight against the Takfiri Daesh terror group.

“The US is the agent of the international Zionism; the US is the creator of Daesh and the Takfiri current; Do you expect the US not to be angry with the very force which is standing against Daesh? They are furious because the Islamic Republic has managed to thwart their plots” in regional states, including Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, Ayatollah Khamenei pointed out.

The Leader further denounced Trump’s latest insults against the Iranian nation, saying it would be "a waste of time to respond to such blatherings and nonsensical remarks by the foulmouthed US president."

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Iranian Chief of General Staff arrives in Damascus

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Tehran (ISNA) - The Chief of General Staff for Iranian Armed Forces General Mohammad Bagheri arrived in Damascus on Wednesday.

General Bagheri traveled to Damascus upon an invitation from Syrian defense minister and Chief of General Staff.

During the visit, General Bagheri will hold talks with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, defense minister Fahd Jassem al-Freij, and his counterpart Ali Abdullah Ayyoub.

Among the objectives of General Bagheri’s trip to Damascus will be to enhance defense and military cooperation between Iran and Syria, consult and exchanges views, continue counterterrorism cooperation and assess strategies to ensure security and stability in the region.

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Total to move ahead with Iran gas project

Tehran (ISNA) - French oil and gas major Total will try to push ahead with its Iran gas project if the United States decides to impose unilateral sanctions on Teheran after President Donald Trump said he will not certify the 2015 nuclear deal.

Total Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne said in an interview with International Oil Daily the company would examine the consequences of Trump's decision, and if there are any laws that obliges it to withdraw from Iran, then it will comply.

"If Iran is compliant, if the European Union and China and Russia continue to consider that the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action known as JCPOA can be applied, then that means the U.S. would have to take unilateral sanctions...," Pouyanne said in the interview published on Tuesday.

"But we will try on our side to obtain the comfort that we can continue the project, which will be our priority," he added.

Last week, Trump refused to formally certify that Iran was complying with the nuclear deal, defying both allies and adversaries. He warned that he might ultimately terminate the agreement.

The U.S. Congress now has about two months to decide whether to reinstate sanctions.

Pouyanne said Total was weighing its options and all would depend on the U.S. Congress and if it decides to reinstate the sanctions, and what kinds of sanctions.

"We have signed a contract in Iran. If we can move forward, we'll move forward. If we cannot, we will have to stop. That's life," Pouyanne is quoted in the interview as saying.

He added that there was little financial risk to Total from the current situation because it will only make an investment decision on the project around the end of the year.

According to the Reuters, Total became the first Western oil major to sign an agreement with Iran to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars, the world's largest gas field. Total is the operator of the $5 billion project with a 50.1 percent stake.

Iran's deputy oil minister for trade and international affairs told a conference in London separately on Tuesday that Trump's headline policy will not hurt the country's oil industry.

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