Competitive Landscape

April 2010
Iran Oil & Gas Report;Q2 2010, p68
Industry Profile
The article presents an overview on the economic competitive advantage of Iran. It highlights the significant role of the National Iranian Oil Co. (NIOC) which is responsible for all the upstream oil and gas activities in the country, and mentions the opportunities of state-owned Chinese companies in taking advantage as petroleum product supplier. It outlines the country's licensing and government regulations as well as its international energy relations.


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