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Media: Maersk deal in Iran could be close

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Iranian media outlets write that Maersk Oil could be poised to sign a more formal deal for the development of the large South Pars oil field. The company has already signed a memorandum of understanding.


BY THOMAS BO CHRISTENSEN, ENERGYWATCH
Published 21.12.16 at 14:29

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