Chinese state giant CNPC has assumed Total’s 50.1% stake at Iran’s South Pars Phase 11 project according to Iranian media. The move would bring CNPC’s stake to 80.1%, while domestic partner Petropars retains 19.9% (MEES, 31 August). Iran aims for the 2bn cfd phase to start up in 2021, although Total’s decision to pull out in August due to the re-imposition of US sanctions throws the timeline in doubt. Chinese firms have a history of sitting on projects in Iran during...
Iran: CNPC Takes Over Total Stake
Published on Fri, 30 Nov 2018 - Volume: 61 Issue: 48Print
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