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Austrian Airlines to offer Flights to Shiraz

Starting on July 2, 2017, Austrian Airlines will take off four times a week to the Iranian city of Shiraz. The airline will serve this route Vienna-Isfahan-Shiraz, leaving Vienna on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays to make an interim stopover in Isfahan. In addition to existing services of up to 14 weekly flights to Teheran […]

Austrian Oil Firm signs Iran Agreement

Austrian oil and gas company OMV has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Dana Energy, a “leading Iranian company targeting oil and gas upstream field development activities“. The parties agreed to evaluate possible upcoming development and re-development projects in the Iranian oil and gas industry. The document was signed in Vienna by S. Mostafa Khoee, […]

Iran Approves 29 Int’l Companies for Oil Projects

Iran’s oil ministry has certified 29 international companies to bid for oil and gas projects in the country under its new format of oil contracts. According to the report by the oil ministry’s news website Shana, 29 companies, including Shell, France’s Total, Italy’s Eni, Malaysia’s Petronas and Russia’s Gazprom and Lukoil, as well as companies […]

NISOC, Pergas sign Agreements for Oilfield Studies

The National Iranian South Oil Company (NISOC) and the international Pergas consortium have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) and Non-disclosure Agreement (NDA) to study the Karanj and Shadgan oil fields. Speaking on the sidelines of the signing ceremony, NISOC Managing Director Bijan Alipour said his company will sign a number of cooperation deals with […]

Major Austrian Banks to Open Branches in Iran

The head of the Chamber of Commerce of Austria’s Vorarlberg region said major Austrian banks plan to open branches in Tehran following the removal of anti-Tehran sanctions. Key banks such as Bank Austria and Raiffeisen Bank International would be specifically interested in cooperating with their Iranian partners, Helmut Steurer said. Stressing that there is a […]

Iran, Austria Discuss Closer Consular Cooperation

High-ranking officials from Iran and Austria held talks on ways to boost cooperation between the two countries in consular affairs. The second joint meeting of Iran and Austria on consular cooperation was held in Tehran on Sunday and Monday with Iranian Foreign Ministry’s Director-General for Consular Affairs Ali Chegini and his Austrian counterpart, Elisabeth Felsberg, […]

How Dual Nationality became a Key Controversy in Iran

By Zahra Alipour for Al-Monitor. Any opinions expressed are those of the author, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iran Business News. In Iran, the Intelligence Ministry’s barring of 35 senior officials from holding government positions has once again brought dual nationals into the spotlight. The issue was initially raised in the ninth parliament (2012-16) as a […]

Danish Conglomerate to Promote Iranian Oil Upstream

Paul Munk Andersen, Deputy Managing Director of Danish conglomerate Maersk Group, says his company is ready to cooperate with Iranian companies to promote Iran’s upstream oil sector. Anderson told Shana that Iran can use advanced technology to benefit from its oil and gas sources and enhance recovery. A Member of the Board of Diretors of Wintershall, […]

OMV negotiating Iran Crude Oil Deal

By John Lee. Austrian oil company OMV is reported to be negotiating a long term contract of crude oil with National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC). Seyed Mohsen Ghamsari, Executive Director for International Affairs at the NIOC, said: “Iran’s oil export to Austria has kicked off through spot contracts … No final agreement has been reached […]

Iran talks with Siemens for Train Car Production

Iran’s private sector has begun negotiations with Siemens engineering company in Austria for manufacturing train cars inside Iran, an official said. Iran has the capacity for local production of train cars, Deputy Industry Minister Mojtaba Khosrotaj told Tasnim on Saturday, when asked about the latest status of car imports from Russia. There are grounds for […]