Iran after expanding joint oilfields

TEHRAN, Jun. 14 (MNA) – NIOC managing director said the company’s main priory includes development of joint oil and gas fields.

Newly-appointed Managing Director of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) Ali Kardor made the remarks on Monday adding “the prevailing attitude in oil industry revolves around development as we plan to pursue developmental projects at the National Iranian Oil Company in the post-JCPOA era.”

He underlined the importance of human resources in the development prospects of NIOC; “as the country’s largest economic entity, Iran’s oil industry develops in the light of the overall performance of the industry chain.”

“The completion of South Pars projects as well as those in West Karoon oilfields is among the special priorities of the new management,” said Kardor adding “plans will be made to complete the projects in the shortest possible time in order to increase oil and gas production.”

The official went on to urge exploitation of all capacities for increasing oil and gas productions.

Iran’s Minister of Oil Bijan Zanganeh on Sunday appointed Kardor as NIOC managing director for a two-year term on Saturday.

Kardor, who was NIOC's deputy managing director for investment and finance affairs, replaced Roknodin Javadi.

 

 

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