Iran Review > Energy and Economy
Iran: The 'Land of Possibilities’
Tuesday, March 29, 2016

Andrew Speers
The next few years are likely to be a great period for Western oil and gas companies to invest in Iran, bringing to bear the technology, as well as the technical and management expertise they have honed through operating around the world. That will mean searching out and placing the best talent from other markets.

Review of Zarif’s Asian Tour: Old Continent’s Position in Iran's Foreign Policy
Saturday, March 12, 2016

Abdolhamid Bayati
Iran needs to cooperate with other countries in order to achieve its economic growth target, and to do so, Asia is the continent that has many opportunities, which can play a great role in helping Iran in this regard. On the other hand, in addition to energy, Iran offers many unique opportunities as a result of which growing Asian countries have a special view to Iran. Therefore, creating a link between such mutual needs will not only boost security in Asia, but will be also beneficial to both sides in economic terms.

Why Swiss President’s Iran Visit Is Important?
Thursday, March 3, 2016

Abdolreza Farajirad
Switzerland can help Iran with membership in many international organizations, including the World Trade Organization, which can facilitate Iran's entry into global economic arena and provide the country with necessary opportunities and advantages. All told, the recent visit to the Islamic Republic of Iran by the Swiss president should be taken as a good omen.

What is Iran's Approach to Oil Production Freeze Policy?
Sunday, February 28, 2016

Mohammad Khajouei
Iran tops the list of countries, which are not willing to fix their production at the current juncture and are not likely to follow this policy if they believed that fixing the oil output will have costs for them. The reason for this is also clear. Following removal of international sanctions against the country’s energy sector, Iran is trying to reclaim its share in the oil market and believes that at the present juncture the way is paved to make a move in this regard. Therefore, it is difficult for the country to accept for a different reason not to boost its production.

There Are Huge Opportunities for Development in Iran’s Oil Industry
Thursday, February 25, 2016

Sara Vakhshouri
There has been in fact a lot of exploration around the world; so, the companies had already explored a lot of resources globally. Now, they are looking into development. Therefore, development is the biggest kind of activity I think the oil companies are eyeing, and Iran has a huge opportunity for development in its oil industry.

What Iran Achieved through Recent Contracts with European Companies?
Thursday, February 11, 2016

Reza Nasri
Apart from expert and constructive critiques of the recent contracts, in reality, the lion’s share of criticism that is raised by those Iranian media who are against the administration’s policies is based on the premise that when dealing with the West, it is Iran, which is always at loss and puts its independence in jeopardy and open to their control. However, Iran's new position and power in international arena as well as the type of relations and the dynamism between the private and public sectors in Western countries, easily refutes this premise.

Important Message of Rouhani's Trip to France and Italy
Monday, February 1, 2016

Abbas Maleki
The set of small and medium companies that can work in Iran's oil and gas industry can have a collective influence as well as economic, technological and financial outcomes, which may be much more important for our country in comparison with the big companies. 

Saudi Arabia, a Diminishing OPEC and an Ascending Iran
Monday, February 1, 2016

Lindsay Hughes
Saudi Arabia faces a raft of internal and external challenges. These include falling oil prices, its inability to gain traction in its proxy wars in Yemen and Syria, its adoption of energy policies that have tended to alienate other Organisation of Petrol Exporting Countries (OPEC) members, the return of Iran to the international community after the lifting of sanctions against it and internal issues such as dwindling water resources, a lack of employment for its youth and growing strife within the House of Saud regarding a successor to King Salman.

Rouhani in Europe: Economic Cooperation on the Negotiating Table
Wednesday, January 27, 2016

IRNA Research and News Analysis Group
The ongoing visits by Iran's President Hassan Rouhani to France and Italy, as two big European powers, can be considered as an important development in Iran's relations with the European Union and the beginning of a new era in the two sides’ relations. Although the existence of differences between Iran and Europe cannot be ignored or downplayed, frequent meetings between senior officials from Iran and Europe show that the two sides’ move toward resolution of differences and reduction of tensions is steadily going forward.

Various Benefits of Rail Route Connecting Iran to Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan and China
Monday, January 25, 2016

Farzad Ramezani Bonesh
This railroad can not only boost transportation capacity of the involved countries, but also energize the growth of their national economies, expand their trade exchanges and promote tourism ties, while helping them develop their national economies. In addition, the railroad will reduce the distance for commercial transport between the East (from China to Iran) and the West (toward Western Europe) and help connect member countries to the free waters of the Persian Gulf through the Iranian soil. 

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