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Irani oil minister says estimates will 'definitely' go up by the end of the year
First diesel cargoes in 6 months to augment gas already being burned in power plants.
UPDATE 1: More than 8.8bn barrels of crude oil discovered at the Sousangerd oilfield.
Islamic Republic needs $5bn in addition to $3.3bn previously budgeted for year to March 2009.
Oil minister tells Delhi to 'engage more actively' in $7.6bn project from Iran to India via Pakistan.
Islamic Republic says buyers will receive less oil in line with OPEC decision to cut output, minister says.
'One step closer' to final agreement for export of 1bn cubic feet of gas per day.
Switch of strategy seen due to lack of foreign investment and political obstacles.
World's fourth largest oil exporter reveals plan to double refining capacity by 2015.
UPDATE 1: Oil minister says crude producers pumping too much oil to market, price under $100 too low.
Oil minister Nozari says 2001 price must be 'corrected' or the gas will be piped inland.
Iran's oil minister to travel to Muscat for meeting on exporting Iranian gas to Oman.
Changes come after Iran president's Ankara visit failed to result in expected deal.
Lack of refining capacity continues to plague country with third largest reserves of oil.
StatoilHydro is the latest western company to withdraw from Iran project.
French energy giant Total drops out of a multi-billion-dollar gas investment.
Country's oil minister warns military assault on Islamic republic would push prices to 'unpredictable' highs.
Oil market over-supplied with crude, cartel cannot reduce prices, says Gholamhossein Nozari.
Iran boosts output to highest level since 1979 Islamic revolution, plans further production increase.
Move will aid transparency, create competition and motives for investment, oil minister says.
No data was stolen from Iran's Oil Ministry during weekend's cyber attack, official claims
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