Japan’s Inpex Mulls Bidding To Develop Iran’s Azadegan Oil Field

Japan’s biggest exploration and production company, Inpex, will consider bidding in the tender to develop Iran’s Azadegan oil field, in which the Japanese corporation had been operator of the project before pulling out in 2010 over the tightened …
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