In November 2012, Iranian Offshore Oil Company Managing Director Mahmoud Zirakchianzadeh said that Iran's National Development Fund (NDF) has allocated $1.
What does IOOC stand for?
IOOC stands for Iranian Offshore Oil Company (est. 1980; National Iranian Oil Company; Iran)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
India's ONGC has claimed that oil recovery from Binaloud would be uneconomical, but experts at Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC) have found in their studies that production of heavy crude oil from the field would be possible in the near future.
Mohammad Reza Golshani, head of information technology for the Iranian Offshore Oil Company, told Iran's Mehr news agency that a cyber attack had targeted the offshore platforms' information networks.
National Iranian Offshore Oil Company will sign a $5 billion contract with a consortium of Asian companies to develop Farzad-B gas field in the Arabian Gulf.
The Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC) announced Monday that Qatar's National Bank (QNB) is due to invest 400 million euros ($570 million) in Iran's Esfandiar oilfield in the Persian Gulf.
uk The Iranian Offshore Oil Company is negotiating with the Qatar National Bank (QNB.