22 May 2024
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Tehran, Moscow to expand cooperation in gas technologies

The Iran Project : Energy officials from Iran and Russia emphasized expanding and developing bilateral cooperation in the field of gas technologies.
Tehran, Moscow to expand cooperation in gas technologies
Tehran, Moscow to expand cooperation in gas technologies
According to The Iran Project, Director of the Corporate Planning of the National Iranian Gas Company (NIGC) Hossein-Ali Mohammad Hosseini in a meeting with the energy officials of the Russian Federation stressed the need to enhance bilateral cooperation between the two countries in the gas industry.

He said the two sides should identify the capacities and opportunities for more cooperation and coordination in the field.

Mohammad Hosseini pointed to the willingness of Iran to expand relations with Russia in the energy sector and said the country welcomes the suggestion of Russia’s Ministry of Energy on setting up a specialized panel discussion in the fields of digitization, monitoring, and analyzing data in the Russia Energy Week and also in Energy Congress in St. Petersburg.

Elsewhere in his remarks, the NIGC director emphasized the need for sharing common experiences in areas such as reducing the amount of gas loss and improving gas installations' safety against sabotages and terrorist attacks and added that Iran enjoys significant capacities for exporting, importing, refining and transmitting gas and is ready to enhance its cooperation with Russia in this field.

The representatives and authorities of the Russian Federation emphasized the need to identify capacities and opportunities for more coordination.

Setting up a joint research center in the gas sector and also a gas hub in northern Iran as well as trading in gas and electricity sectors were among the other topics discussed by the two sides at the meeting.
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