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What is next for Iran's gas exports?

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16 November 2014

What is next for Iran's gas exports?

Report summary

Iran has vast, economically competitive gas reserves including those from its share of South Pars, the world’s largest gas field. It also benefits from a favourable geographical location close to potential gas markets. However, the country exports less than 5% of its production.  Exports have been limited by domestic demand and by stringent EU/US sanctions imposed on Iran’s energy and banking sectors in response to its nuclear programme.

Table of contents

    • Iran’s vast gas reserves have not translated into material exports
    • A nuclear deal matters but it’s not enough on its own
    • Continued domestic demand growth could restrict export potential
    • International involvement is needed to expedite gas developments
    • Where could new Iranian exports go? When could they be available?
    • Removal of sanctions essential but better fiscal terms are needed

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  • Piped exports to Turkey
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