Progress Slow in Iran-Oman Gas Talks

Substantial part of delivered gas to Oman will be sold to regional and international markets either in the form of low-value added feedstock or high-value added petrochemical commodities
Progress Slow in Iran-Oman Gas TalksProgress Slow in Iran-Oman Gas Talks
A small part of the exported natural gas will be converted into liquefied natural gas in Oman

Head of the National Iranian Gas Export Company said cooperation with Oman is developing slowly due to legal issues rooted in stringent regulations in both countries.
Mehran Amir-Moeini told ISNA that the two sides have resolved a major part of the discrepancies and what is left relates to internal rules and policies that are being discussed. He did not elaborate.


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