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Iran to Export Natural Gas to Basra

Iran is likely to start exporting natural to the city of Basra in southern Iraq can in March 2018, National Iranian Gas Company's Managing Director, Hamidreza Araqi, stated.

Iran to Export Gas to Pakistan

Iran is ready to export gas and electricity to Pakistan, in addition to a short-term agreement on natural gas exports to Georgiathrough the territory of Armenia.

Iran to Export LNG to Europe

Iranian Minister of Oil, Bijan Zanganeh, has announced the country’s plans to exports Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) to Europe.

Georgia Confirms Gas Supply Deal with Azerbaijan

Georgia has confirmed details of its recently signed gas deal with Azerbaijan, according to which Georgia will receive up to 500mcm/year of natural gas from the Azerbaijani national oil company SOCAR until 2030.

Georgia Sees No Need for Iranian Gas after Azeri Deal

Georgia will not import gas from Iran after having signed agreements for increased gas supplies from Azerbaijan's state oil company SOCAR at the beginning of March.

Georgia Negotiating Increase in Azeri Gas Imports

Georgia hopes to reach an agreement with Azerbaijan to increase volumes of Azerbaijani gas imported to the country by additional 400-500mcm/year, Georgia's Energy Minister, Kakha Kaladze, said.

Iran, Georgia Halt Talks on Gas Deal over High Prices

Iran and Georgia have temporarily stopped talks about Tbilisi's plans to purchase 200mcm of Iranian gas due to high prices.

Iran Targets Gas Exports for Region, Oil Exports Worldwide

Iran has held negotiations with Georgia about the export of 300-500mcf/d of Iranian natural gas through established channels in Armenia, boosting its profile in the regional market.

Russia Modifies Border with Georgia to Control Pipeline

The Georgian government has accused Russian troops of redrawing a section of the border separating Georgia from its breakaway region ofSouth Ossetia, seizing part of an international oil pipeline as a result.

Georgia Claims Russia Seizes Critical Oil Pipeline

Continuing its game of redrawing borders, Russia has grabbed a 1.5-kilometer-long slice of a critical oil export pipeline in Georgia for the separatist territory of South Ossetia, leaving Tbilisi, once again, calling ...

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