When the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) was the subject of multiple drone and missile attacks on its vast oil infrastructure in September (2019), the news sent shockwaves through the oil sector as well as geopolitical circles.
Economic modernisation, the arrival of the multinationals, and the emergence of new industrial gas applications are driving change in the Middle East market. As gas world explores this month, the region is attracting increased interest and investment in the core industrial sectors, while emerging end-users in healthcare, water treatment and ...
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.
Part 1. Iran could soon be open for trade with global markets as sanctions, first imposed 36 years ago, prohibiting the west from trading with the country look set to be dissolved. Here, gasworld’s focus on Iran looks at what potential might be unlocked.
The Linde Group is among a number of European companies reported to be interested in reviving their presence in Iran’s petrochemicals sector amidst the expected lifting of UN sanctions against the country.