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Judge cancels major US oil, gas exploration sale
A judge on Thursday canceled the sale of oil and gas exploration leases of some 80 million acres in the Gulf of Mexico, after environmental groups sued the Biden administration citing major concerns.
Urgent need to restrict gas consumption as Iran faces blackout risk
The blast of cold that has swept across Iran since last week has pushed domestic gas consumption to a peak of 700 million cubic meters per day and broken the gas consumption record in residential units for the second time in recent years.
Iran’s gas engineering firm commits to engineering projects in Romania
An Iranian petroleum engineering company committed to provide technical and maintenance services to Romania’s Gaz Vest as the East European country aims to take advantage of the expertise and technology that exist in Iran’s massive natural gas sector.
Iran ready for 10-fold increase in gas swap from Turkmenistan: Minister
Iran’s Oil Minister Javad Owji said natural gas swap from Turkmenistan can increase by up to 10 times in volume terms if Ashgabat agrees to further transfer deals with Tehran.
How Iran scuttled US energy pipeline plans in region
A veteran energy expert said the implementation of the Turkmen gas swap agreement through Iran to Azerbaijan is set to strengthen Iran's role in energy relations in the Caspian region.
EU drafts plan to label gas, nuclear investments as ‘green’
The European Union has drawn up plans to label some natural gas and nuclear energy projects as “green” investments after a year-long battle between governments over which investments are truly climate-friendly.
Europe's missteps stoke gas price, says Russia
Europe is paying record gas prices because of its failure to sign long-term supply contracts and could ease the pressure by ending delays to the Nord Stream 2 gas pipeline that runs from Russia to Germany, a top Russian official said on Friday.
Shourijeh gas storage capacity to double in three years
The volume of gas storage at Shourijeh facility will rise by 100 percent in the next three years, announced the managing director of Iran Gas Engineering and Development Company.
Gas production from South Pars Phase 11 to start next October
Iran plans to bring on line the last remaining phase of the giant South Pars Gas Field next year, some five years after foreign contractors pulled out of the project under American pressure.
At least 12 killed in Pakistan gas explosion
At least 12 people were killed and several more injured Saturday by a gas blast in Pakistan’s port city of Karachi, police said.
Iraq says still needs to import gas from Iran as debt piles up
Iraq’s Electricity Ministry said the Arab country still needs to import natural gas from Iran because its plan to locally provide fuel for its power plants has not been completed yet.
Raeisi: Tehran, Ashgabat, Baku take good steps to carry out gas swap deal
Iranian President Seyyed Ebrahim Raeisi said good steps have been taken to carry out the gas swap deal among Turkmenistan, Iran and of Azerbaijan.
Iran boosting gas transit capacity by 110 mcm/day
The Iranian Gas Transmission Company (NIGTC) said its nationwide pipeline network will be able to process an extra 110 million cubic meters per day of natural gas very soon.
Iran searching for new gas reserves at giant field
A subsidiary of the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) carried out drilling operations at the South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf in search of new hydrocarbon reserves.

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