Greece, Iran consider oil, LNG, renewable projects

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An Iranian worker passes at the South Pars gas field near the southern Iranian port of Assalouyeh, Iran, November 19, 2015.

Greek Energy Minister says the Mediterranean country wants to become a regional energy hub


ATHENS - Greek Environment and Energy Minister Panos Skourletis and Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Europe and America Majid Takht Ravanchi agreed to expand energy cooperation between the two countries, noting the big potential in this area, the Greek ministry said in a press release.

At a meeting that also included Iran’s Ambassador to Athens and Hellenic Petroleum Grigoris Stergioulis, the Iranians highlighted their increased cooperation with Greece’s largest refiner. The two sides also...


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