The representatives of the British Chamber of Commerce participating in a joint meeting with upstream sector managers of Pars Oil and Gas Company (POGC) expressed their interest to enter South Pars oil field projects.
According to the Public Relations Department of POGC, the meeting was held to introduce existing plans and programs in South Pars and to evaluate technical services capabilities of the British Companies.
An advisor to Deputy Head of National Iranian Oil Company in engineering and development affairs Emadi said that the meeting was suggested by England-Scotland joint chamber of commerce to review how to participate in Iran’s oil and gas projects on which Iran is seeking to attract technology and technical services in upstream sectors.
Emadi added that the participants are the representatives of England’s industries which concentrate on different fields including presenting technical and technological services, excavation, gas transmission, pipeline corrosion and health and safety executive (HSE).
Regarding the capabilities and experiences in taking part in developing oil and gas projects and due to the beginning of a new round in bilateral ties after the removal of anti-Iran sanctions, Director General of the British-Iranian Chamber of Commerce (BICC) Martin Johnson expressed hope for further participation in Iran’s oil and gas fields.