Maersk in talks to develop Iranian oil fields

Iran's bulging petrochemical sector is alluring to foreign players who have been denied access for years. Maersk is negotiating with Iran's oil minister concerning several projects, reports Bloomberg News.

A.P. Moeller-Maersk has initiated talks with the Iranian government related to the potential development of a series of oil fields in Iran, the conglomerate confirms to Ritzau Finans after Bloomberg News quoted the Iranian oil minister for similar statements.

However, nothing is settled at this point, and furthermore, no deals can be made until the international sanctions against Iran have been lifted, informs A.P. Moeller-Maersk.

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