Offshore Energy Exhibition and Conference welcomes Iran pavilion

Iran, currently the place to be. As sanctions have been lifted, Iran has become a hot topic within the offshore energy industry.

The country boasts 70 per cent of the world’s total oil reservoirs and 40 per cent of the world’s gas resources.  Furthermore, Iran hold the largest hydrocarbon reservoirs in the world and 9.3 per cent of the world’s total gas reserves, making the country the alternative gas-supplier to Europe.

To tap this potential, a large investment of around 185 billion dollars is required within the next five years, to allow for fleet renovation, already announced by the Iranian government, as well as technological innovation and solutions.


The Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) is proud to announce the cooperation with CBC and as such the development of the Iran Pavilion as well as the technical conference sessions focused on Iran.


Iran Pavilion during OEEC

Following the Tehran Oil Show 2016, where Mr. Kamp, Dutch Minister of Economic Affairs visited CBC, the organization is now promoting Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference (OEEC) 2016 and as a great opportunity for Iranian Offshore companies to join the ‘Iran Pavilion’ at the Amsterdam RAI. CBC spoke to Mr. Kamp about this joint program and how valuable it is for Dutch offshore companies. The NIOC (National Iran Oil Company) and affiliated offshore companies of NIOC have been invited by CBC to OEEC 2016 which offers fantastic opportunities for European and Iranian Companies.


Who can you meet at the Iran Pavilion?

We are expecting a significant delegation from Iran with the following companies invited:

  • NIOC (National Iran Oil Company)
  • ARAM Group (Netherlands Iran Center of Commerce & Industry)
  • Parto Tadbir Pars (Engineering & Supply company)
  • POGC (Pars Oil and Gas Company)
  • KEPCO (Khazar Exploration and Production Company)
  • IOEC (Iranian Offshore Engineering and Construction Company)


Conference program

Connected to the Iran Pavilion is are the two Technical Sessions, part of the Offshore Energy conference program, where session one will focus on business opportunities in Iran and the accompanying session two which will demonstrate the necessary tools to grasp these opportunities. His Esteemed excellency Mr. Jahangiri, the Ambassador of Iran, will hold  the opening speech during the Iran Technical Session.


Technical Sessions: Iran

  • 25 October 2016
  • 10:00 – 12:00 (session 1)
  • 15:30 – 17:30 (session 2)


Offshore Energy Exhibition & Conference

  • 25 and 26 October 2016
  • 09:30 – 18:00 (both days)

Go to to find out more about OEEC 2016, view the complete conference program, purchase delegate tickets and register for your free visit to the exhibition.

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