Iran: Falling Energy Investment Threat

Dec 11, 2009 Full story: Payvand News of Iran

A recent study in Iran has shown that the country is in dire need of investment in its energy industry, without which it may suffer grave consequences.

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Stockholm, Sweden

#1 Dec 13, 2009
they must build their nuclear power plants and additionally some oil refineries.
Big Joe

Cambridge, Canada

#2 Dec 13, 2009
Excellent news Iran is headed for deep trouble in 8 years no more oil exports.
Maybe the terror exports will be down as well.
Nobody investing of course why would anyone in there right mind invest in these untrustworthy thugs?

Calgary, Canada

#3 Dec 16, 2009
The world has now reached peak oil. Sanctions and pull back of investments in Iran's energy sector will further conserve Iranian oil and gas, so, by 2035,Iran will possess one quarter of the world's oil and gas under its ground and shores.

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