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The report cites two black carbon factories, and a pipe factory of the Iranian national oil company, which are located inside the city, as the core of the problem.
The attack on Aramco, and soon after on Qatar's RasGas, a joint venture between US oil giant Exxon Mobil and state-owned Qatar Petroleum which operate the world's largest natural gas field, apparently was Tehran's retaliation for a suspected US cyber strike against the Iranian National Oil Company in May.
Mohsen Ghamsari, Deputy Managing Director for International Affairs of the Iranian National Oil Company explained about the exchange's initial capabilities and said: "the commodity stock exchange has been pursuing a mechanism for offering crude oil on the stock exchange for a long time, and it has taken the preliminary steps, to the extent possible.
5 billion, apparently following the example of government industries, which drained an estimated $15 billion from the national treasury during Lopez Portillo years--roughly equal to what the Shah's entourage pulled out of the Iranian National Oil Company in the 1970s.
The head of Iranian National Oil Company has said that Iran sets to increase its gasoline production by 10 million litters within the next 3 months as a sign to show the sanctions imposed by the west are worthless.
Iranian national oil company NIOC signed a protocol with Russia's gas engineering company Cryogenmash to help it gasify 8,000 cities and villages in Iran with the use of liquefied natural gas technology.
The Iranian National Oil Company (INOC) and the Pakistan Interstate Gas Company (PIGC) signed the agreement late on Friday.
5," Seifollah Jashnsaz, managing director of the Iranian National Oil Company (INOC) told MNA.