The French energy industry company Technip said it is hopeful to have a strong partnership in Iran’s new oil development projects.
‘Technip had successful projects in Iran. We hope to continue our activities after betterment of international conditions,” the firm’s regional director, Shahram Motevaselian told Shana on the sidelines of the Iran Petroleum Contract (IPC) Conference in Tehran.
“The conference achieved introducing new investment opportunities in Iran,” he added.
Representatives from 137 petroleum heavyweights including Royal Dutch Shell, Total and Lukoil, to name a very few, attended the IPC Conference in Tehran on November 28-29.
The representatives came from 45 countries. Totally, 335 companies have participated in the two-day event to be the first to know about the contract terms.
A follow-up conference will be held in London on February 22-24 after the IPC event in Tehran