India to buy stakes in Iran’s LNG terminal

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In order to meet growing energy needs, India is set to buy stakes in Iran’s LNG terminal based at Tombak Port, southern Iran. The country aims to get involved in both offshore gas discovered in the Farsi offshore block as well as developing gas fields.

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