25 May 2015, TEHRAN (TSR-IRNA) – Iran is planning to invest $200 billion in its oil sector over the coming 6 years, a deputy minister of petroleum said.

Amir-Hossein Zamani-Nia, deputy minister for international affairs and trading, said such big investment would be largely attractive for foreign companies.

“In case [international] sanctions are lifted, Iran will become the center of gravity for oil and gas projects,” he said in a shana.ir report.

He said he has held talks with senior officials from Germany, Italy, France, Austria, Brazil and Poland about post-sanctions oil sector of Iran.

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