Iran's water and wastewater market presents significant opportunities for technology suppliers and developers.
The easing of international sanctions on Iran is promising to open up one of the world’s largest markets for water and wastewater infrastructure, says report
We speak exclusively to Musab al Mahrouqi, CEO of Orpic, about his plans to transform the company into a modern integrated enterprise
Iran's deal with the West has been described as "historic". James Henderson looks at what happens next
Agreement sought between Turkmenistan and Azerbaijan for gas corridor
Oil major Total in talks on Saturday to increase Yemeni gas revenues
Swagelining's flangeless polymer lining project makes Mideast debut
Automation specialist is looking to grow upstream market share
Khalid Al-Falih sets out his vision for world's biggest oil company
Regional producers invest heavily in polyethylene to meet Asian demand
Aqualyng's first Fast Water units arrived in the Gulf in March
The region's largest oil producer is stepping up its efforts to become the centre of the Middle Eastern petrochemicals worldwide hub. The question now is can it make it?
A closer look at the national oil company charged with combining state building with profits.
Why OPEC cuts failed to rally the market? Some inconvenient truths of oil market 'fundamentals' by Matthew Hulbert and Tariq Akbar of Datamonitor.
Upstream capital projects for Shell, BP and Chevron represent investment of close to $100 billion worldwide.
What are the risks and challenges facing national oil companies industry today?