Senior officials from state-owned National Iranian Gas Exports Co have met with Oman’s oil ministry and three international oil companies — Shell, Total and Korea Gas Corp — to look at the potential to pipe gas from Iran to Oman, the students ISNA news agency reported Monday. The officials held a two-day meeting in Tehran examining cooperation in the project, the reports said without giving further details. In 2013, Tehran and Muscat agreed on a 15-year gas exports plan via a seabed pipeline. The pipeline, estimated to cost around $1.5 billion, will have the capacity to transport 1 Bcf/d of Iranian natural gas to Oman. “We can confirm that Shell is a member in the Advisory Task Force of the Iran/Oman gas pipeline Project. The scope of the work of the project is subject to confidentiality”, a spokesman for Shell said Monday. Article Continues below… Contact Sales More Information […]