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Iran Denies Gas Export Proposal to Jordan

Service : Economy
TEHRAN, July 17 (ICANA) – Iran has made no offer for exporting natural gas to Jordan, National Iranian Gas Company’s (NIGC) Managing Director Javad Owji said here on Sunday.
Sunday, July 17, 2011 8:14:07 PM
Iran Denies Gas Export Proposal to Jordan

“NIGC has been in talks for exporting natural gas to Iraq, Syria and even Lebanon, but it has so far made no offer to Jordan in this respect,” Owji added.

 This is while in the previous week some Arab media claimed that the Jordanian government has received an offer from Iran to supply the country with natural gas.

 “We are studying the Iranian offer as one of the options facing Jordan in the wake of the recurrent cut-off of Egyptian gas supplies,” Jordan Energy Minister Khalid Touqan said in a statement.

 Iranian ambassador in Amman, Mostafa Moslehzadah, confirmed his country’s readiness to supply Jordan with natural gas, but said the prices and quantities would be discussed after Amman accepts the Iranian offer which was sent 40 days ago, the report claimed.

 “The Iranian gas can be exported to Jordan through the pipelines that supply Iraq and Turkey with Iranian gas,” he told the Jordanian daily Alghad on Monday.

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