chapter 4: Key Economic Sectors

October 2005
Iran Business Forecast Report;2005 4th Quarter, p24
Country Report
Country Report
Reports on the outlook of the oil and gas market in Iran. Increase in the country's proven oil reserves following discoveries in the Kushk and Hosseineih fields of Khuzestan province; Estimation of total energy consumption; Acquisition of a buyback contract by Shell for the development of the offshore Nowrooz and Soroosh oilfields.


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