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Iran upstream tenders: Big Oil best placed to pre-qualify


Iran upstream tenders: Big Oil best placed to pre-qualify

Report summary

 Iran's NIOC has opened the pre-qualification process for foreign oil and gas companies to participate in its upstream tenders. Scores will be awarded according to credit rating, scale of production, experience in international projects, and technical capability. Scoring is particularly weighted towards company financial health and technical capability – particularly increasing recovery rates.

The biggest players will pre-qualify comfortably. However, it will be important to score high to secure an invitation to bid on the highest profile projects. We believe only five players will be able to bid on all projects. Which companies are best placed to pre-qualify?

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  • Iran upstream tenders: Big Oil best placed to pre-qualify PDF - 286.22 KB 6 Pages, 2 Tables, 3 Figures
  • Projects details.xls XLS - 104.50 KB

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  • Executive summary
  • Strong focus on company financial health and high recovery rates
    • We estimate the projects on offer will require more than US$140 billion of investment
    • Increasing oil recovery rates is Tehran’s top priority
    • Credit rating is important but not essential
  • Who will pre-qualify?
    • What are the minimum requirements?
    • Which companies will make the long list?
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix

In this report there are 5 tables or charts, including:

  • Executive summary
  • Strong focus on company financial health and high recovery rates
    • Capital investment requirements by project category. Total = US$140 billion
    • Middle Eastern selected fields' recovery rates
    • Pre-qualification criteria for Iran's tender rounds
  • Who will pre-qualify?
    • Representative score for typical companies
  • Conclusion
  • Appendix
    • Upstream MoUs signed with NIOC as of 3 November 2016
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