Tag Archives: Iran

Iran to Increase Crude Oil Output

Iran intends to increase output in five oilfields according to the Managing-Director of the National Iranian Offshore Oil Company (NIOOC) Mahmoud Zirakchianzadeh. Zirakchianzadeh declared that “Studies on reservoirs and prioritizing implementation of production increase in five oilfields, including Soroush, Norouz, Hendijan, Bahregansar and Mahshahr, are moving ahead at a good pace.” He also noted that… Continue Reading

Iran Disinvestment Law Is Working

According to California State Insurance Commissioner, Steve Poizner, California’s measures to apply economic pressure on Iran are providing results. Four international oil industry companies have ceased their operations in Iran. Earlier in the year, Poizner made and circulated a list of foreign companies doing business with Iran in the areas of finance, energy, nuclear development… Continue Reading

Iran Conducts War Games in Secret Near Iraqi Border

In a distinctly out-of-character display of silence, Iran has quietly been conducting war games along the border with Iraq without fanfare or announcement. Iran announced the conclusion of their military maneuvers, in contrast to their usual display of bravado of giving extensive publicity to military exercises mostly designed to show off weapons systems. It has… Continue Reading

Sa’d Al-Hariri Doesn’t Blame Hizbullah For Father’s Death

Lebanese Prime Minister Sa’d Ah-Hariri told IRNA (the Iranian News Agency) as he was set to leave for talks with Iran that he did not blame Hizbullah for his father’s death, and expressed his hope that Lebanon’s relations with Iran would be based on mutual respect for each country’s sovereignty, and on their shared economic,… Continue Reading