NIGECNational Institute for Global Environmental Change
NIGECNational Iranian Gas Export Company (Tehran, Iran)
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But NIGEC, a unit of NIGC, also negotiated a second pipeline to supply the southern Iraqi province of Basra.
According to Iranian news agency (Irna), NIGEC's Alireza Kameli said that a consultant has been selected to study the feasibility of the 200-km pipeline between Mubarak Mountain and Sohar Port.
"Iran's advantage over its rival countries (Qatar and Russia) is its location between two big gas consumption markets, China and Europe," Managing-Director of the National Iranian Gas Export Company (NIGEC) Hossein Bidarmaghz said.
However Richard Rogers, spokesman for EGL, a Swiss-based energy company, said that the sanctions imposed by the US and the EU "have no impact" on the existing natural gas procurement between EGL and NIGEC (National Iranian Gas Export Company) under which the Iranian company delivers natural gas to the Iranian-Turkish border.
Socar and National Iranian Gas Export Company (Nigec) signed a short-term contract for gas supplies to Iran in January.
The report by Mehr follows reports in recent days in the Iranian media and on official web sites saying NIOC's gas subsidiary, National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC), had concluded an agreement with an unnamed UAE company for the supply of Salman gas after a dispute with Crescent over price scuppered their agreement.
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We are facing huge cost issues and are reviewing the project with the Iranian government; it could take some time." Although the project is being developed by a consortium of the National Iranian Gas Exports Company (NIGEC) (50%), Total (40%) and Petronas of Malaysia (10%), rather than through Iran's notorious buy-back contracts, the terms of investment continue to undermine progress.
(NIGEC), a unit of the state-owned National Iranian Oil Co.
(NIGEC), a NIOC subsidiary, although Total will be responsible for marketing the LNG outside Iran.
In "Where's the Pork?" James Savage urges that earmarking be defined as the "selection of research facilities or projects for funding by any manner other than external peer or merit review." He goes on to suggest that Harvard compromised this standard in accepting a subcontract to join the National Institute for Global and Environmental Change (NIGEC).