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Iran Amir-Kabir Offshore Oil Rig in Caspian Sea سكوي نفت خام اميركبير درياي مازندران ايران
 
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June 8, 2016 (Persian calendar 1395/3/19) Iran Amir-Kabir Offshore Oil Rig in Caspian Sea سكوي نفت خام اميركبير درياي مازندران ايران
Views: 1116 Persian_boy
Iran crude Oil swap North caspian sea countries to South transit  سواپ نفت خام کشورهای حاشیه  خزر
 
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سواپ نفت خام کشورهای حاشیه خزر دریای خزر به جنوبی حمیدرضا شاهدوست روز چهارشنبه در حاشیه بازدید خبرنگاران از پایانه نفتی شمال کشور در استان مازندران افزود: اکنون ظرفیت سوآپ روزانه 120 هزار بشکه نفت وجود دارد. وی ادامه داد: شرکت ملی نفت دستور آمادگی برای سوآپ را صادر کرده است. وی گفت: از طریق سوآپ نفت کشورهای حاشیه خزر در داخل کشور مصرف و ما به ازای آن از جنوب کشور صادر می شود. شاهدوست همچنین گفت: اکنون سه اسکله برای دریافت نفت وحود دارد که در طرح جامع به 17 اسکله افزایش خواهد یافت که با این کار ظرفیت سوآپ از 120 هزار به 1.5 میلیون بشکه افزایش می یابد. رییس پایانه نفتی شمال کشور یادآورشد: عملیات سوآپ نفت خام در 25 تیرماه سال 91 متوقف شد که مذاکرات برای از سرگیری ادامه دارد. وی ادامه داد: خط لوله انتقال نفت از نکا به پالایشگاه تهران ظرفیت 500 هزار بشکه در روز را دارد. شاهدوست تاکید کرد: سوآپ علاوه بر درآمدزایی برای کشور، از اهمیت سیاسی نیز برخوردار است. http://www.irna.ir/fa/News/82191778/ وزارت نفت در رویکرد جدید به‌همکاری با همسایگان شمالی خزر، تصمیم گرفته است تا عملیات سوآپ نفت خام تولیدی این کشورها را که از ۲۵ تیر ۱۳۹۱ و بنا به تصمیم دولت قبلی متوقف شده است، مجدداً آغاز کند. http://www.ettelaat.com/etiran/?p=224646 more videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aFiM3v3-l2E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wWdAFHKa6xM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iTHxN5SG50c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6jdkQs5xuvk https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PcQ_i5D2yMQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyBWOgZfkEU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tBD4BnBUzv8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z3ggJ82VpBY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ASF3eyx4nM8 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8nSVUY11dnE https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BO4nhf7eIUQ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WLYzGMK4m2s https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nGMQIzAHrvg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCWt0DmYdMk. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YMZGorW5mH4 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3rpzRyffg7E https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sliGpLQ7ILg https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YVVUc3QSHXI https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kp1BbvyAPys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_s-92tumwLU https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7310xnHfJX0 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQpY-yMZEPs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ftkOIf9asDA https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PE0flFq0-jM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cYrM3tdwN3c https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=--utBjNhIuM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQCa-RgYRGY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bQCa-RgYRGY https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WIJQ1GjtfAI
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Iranian Odyssey: From Shiraz to the Caspian Sea - April 19-May 3, 2017
 
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Get to know the ancient and beautiful people, culture, and landscape of Iran. Join The Traveler bookstore and Cross Cultural Journeys of Bainbridge Island on an unforgettable journey to some of the marvels of Iran, from Shiraz to the Caspian Sea, April 19-May 3, 2017. Learn more at http://crossculturaljourneys.com/iran-iranian-odyssey-the-traveler/
Iran to ship 4 million barrels of crude to Europe in 24 hours
 
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Iran will load 4 million barrels of crude oil on tankers destined for Europe in the coming 24 hours, including 2 million barrels to be bought by France's Total, a Iranian senior official was quoted saying on Saturday (February 13).
Views: 91 Ceylon News
Iran-Trotter: Kalout
 
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Javad Gharaei is a young tourist who travels across Iran to explore the country’s most exotic places. In this episode, he visits the yardangs (Kalout) in the deserts of Kerman Province. Follow PressTV Documentaries on: Website @ http://presstvdoc.com/ Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/PressTVdocum... Twitter @ https://twitter.com/presstvdocs Vimeo @ https://vimeo.com/user10253502 Soundcloud @ https://soundcloud.com/presstv-doc Instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/presstvdoc/
Views: 1442 PressTV Documentaries
IRAN - Legendary Roudbar County in Gilan province
 
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Roudbar County is located in Gilan Province. Its center is Roudbar City, the land of olives and mysterious attractions like ancient fortresses, the historic cypress tree in Harzevil Village, the wind turbines and dam in Manjil and Rudbar's happy and sad stories. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
Views: 6256 PressTV
TN SURESH KUMAR- MAHAYATRI  AT "OIL AND NATURALGAS FIELDS OF CASPIAN SEA REAGION".DON'T MISS
 
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TN SURESH KUMAR- MAHAYATRI AT "OIL AND NATURALGAS FIELDS OF CASPIAN SEA REAGION".DON'T MISS
Views: 186 T N Suresh Kumar
Azerbaijan Crisis: Dr. Roham Alvandi 1 of 9
 
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The Shah survives the Azerbaijan Crisis of 1946. Subscribe for new videos every Thursday!     http://bit.ly/2cENaBW Production excerpts from Archival's "The Third Path," an upcoming 12-part series covering the recent history of Iran. For more information on "The Third Path" - http://www.archival.international/thirdpath Like us on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/archival.international Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/ArchivalTweets Website - http://www.archival.international/ Staff Credits - Director/Producer: Shannon Niehus Creative Director: Michael Knapp Editor: Rosalee Chan Multimedia Artist: Miriam Heller Graphic Design: Matt Heller Visual Effects: Jim Millen Researcher: Ladan Sepehri and Golzar Sepehri Assistant Producer: Maureen Sandlin Production Credits - DP: Will Knights Camera Op: James Dean PA: Gabby James Video Transcript - Stalin decides not withdraw the Red Army from northern Iran after the end of the war according to the treaties that had been signed during the war. This sparks the first crisis of the cold war. The first issue that was put on the agenda of the UN Security Council was this Iranian crisis. There's a big debate in the historiography as to how and why the Red Army withdrew from northern Iran. Some historians say that it was thanks to the machinations of the Iranian Prime Minister of the day, Ahmad Qavam. Qavam managed to make a deal with Stalin to create a joint Soviet Iranian company to explore for oil in northern Iran in exchange for the withdrawal of Soviet troops, but this deal is never ratified by the Iranian parliament, and in the end it never materialized. Other historians would give the credit to Harry Truman, and to the US, for putting pressure on Stalin to withdrew, for threatening the Soviets. The lesson that the Shah takes from this crisis is that a very strong Iranian army is absolutely crucial to maintaining Iran's independence and territorial integrity, and that the only source for being able to establish an army like that is the United States.
Views: 658 Archival Institute
13 Crazy Persian Gulf Events
 
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From discovering artifacts in the sea from an ancient Persian dynasty to even coming across a mysterious sea creature in water! 8. Drinking Water A widespread shortage of water in Iran in recent years has led their government to look to the Persian Gulf for a solution. The Minister of Power recently announced a project whose goal is to provide drinking water for 45 million people in 17 provinces of the region. General decline in precipitation and years of water mismanagement have led to this water crisis that has become a top priority for Iran’s government. 7. The MV Dara Sinks The Gulf’s biggest maritime tragedy in peacetime took place on the MV Dara more than half a century ago. The Dara was a passenger liner that took off with 700 passengers and crew from Bombay. While sailing the Persian Gulf a giant explosion ripped through the ship, causing a fire that would last for two days before the vessel would finally sink to the bottom of the Gulf. The disaster claimed 238 lives. A survivor, who published an account of the incident, describes the sound of the wind tearing through the ship being drowned out by the sound of human screams and says that those screams have haunted him his whole life. 6. Iran’s Suez Canal This hasn’t been built yet, but if it ever does it will be a huge deal. Iran is planning to construct an artificial canal linking the Caspian Sea to the Persian Gulf. The ambitious project faces a ton of hurdles, but it is expected to be commissioned sometime in the 2020’s. Issues to overcome include the cost of the project, the many different countries that would have to be involved and the difference in elevation between the Iranian regions that would have to be connected. It is a project that has been discussed since the 1980’s and would be extremely beneficial to the regions in the area, especially Iran. 5. Nowruz Oil Field Spill The Gulf War oil spill is infamous thanks to the fact that it was both the biggest oil spill ever and that it was done intentionally. Historically it overshadows another big oil spill that also occurred in the Persian Gulf. On February 10, 1983 a tanker collided with a platform at the Nowruz Oil Field, causing a spill of approximately 1,500 barrels daily. The well was left uncapped for over 7 months because it was in the middle of the Iran/ Iraq war zone. Finally the well was capped by the Iranians on September 18,1983 in an operation that would claim 11 lives. 4. Unknown Creature Surfaces People ran wild with speculation when this and several other photos surfaced in July of 2013. An Iranian vessel discovered this unknown creature floating around in the Persian Gulf. The vessel was unable to haul the giant carcass back to land so we will never know for sure what it was. While some claimed it could have been the loch ness monster, it was more than likely, a whale carcass. 3. U.S. Boats Seized In January of this year two United States Navy riverine command boats and their crews were seized by Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps Navy for wandering into Iranian territorial water. The issue was quickly resolved and the fleet was released after 15 hours. It comes amid a string of recent incidents between the two navies in the Persian Gulf. In late August, four of Iran’s ships got dangerously close to a U.S. destroyer traveling at high speeds. The U.S. ships fired off 10 flares before the approaching vessels finally veered off course. The U.S. called the incident unsafe and unprofessional. 2. USS Stark Incident An Iraqi jet aircraft fired missiles at the USS Stark on May 17 1987, killing 37 of its crew and injuring an additional 21. The incident took place amidst the Iran- Iraq war and analysis of the incident revealed that the crew was partly to blame as they failed to warn the Iraqi jet that it was approaching a United States vessel. The remaining crew spent the night of the incident and the following day fighting a fire on the ship and the vessel was eventually able to make it back to land under her own power. 1. Gulf War Oil Spill Iraqi forces purposefully opened valves at the Sea Island oil terminal and dumped millions of barrels of oil into the Persian Gulf at the end of January 1991. The incident was a wartime move against U.S. forces and remains the largest oil spill in history to this day. People who witnessed the spill explain that it is hard to describe the amount of oil in the water. While the Persian Gulf was shockingly resilient to the large amount of oil in her waters it still devastated marine wildlife and coastal habitats in the Gulf.
Views: 57110 Bored Badger
the man on the phone oil at the port of Iran, Kitsal46a
 
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the man on the phone at the port of Iran ,Anzali, мужчина идет по потру в Иране и разговаривает по телефону.
Iran, The Last Frontier Market
 
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More than 3 decades of political and economic isolation has not negatively impacted Iran’s attractiveness as an emerging market. Iran’s emergence from isolation could be the most significant opening of an economy since the fall of the Soviet Union. Iran has long been of geostrategic importance because of its central location in Eurasia and Western Asia. With an area of 1,648, 195 m2 Iran is the second largest country in the Middle East and the 18th largest country in the world. Its area roughly equals that of the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and Germany combined, or somewhat more than the US state of Alaska. The country has a population of 77 million ranking number 17 in the list of countries by population. Half of this population is under the age of 35 and there is literacy rate of 93%. With a population of 7,705,036, Tehran is the country's capital and largest city. It is as well known to be the leading cultural and economic center of Iran. The other major cities of the country are: Mashhad, Karaj, Isfahan, Shiraz and Tabriz. Iran is a major regional and middle power, exerting considerable influence in international energy security and the world economy through its large reserves of fossil fuels. Iran has the second largest proved gas reserves in the world after Russia and also ranks fourth in oil reserves. Iran's economy is a mixture of central planning, state ownership of oil and other large enterprises, village agriculture, and small-scale private trading and service ventures. The Iranian government's officially stated goal is to establish a new world order based on world peace, global collective security and justice. Attractive factors for any investor may include - An established banking sector - Transportation, aviation and energy infrastructure - Brand conscious consumer market - Large number of port facilities in Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea - Rich natural resources of gas, oil, copper, aluminum, silver and gold. - More than 20 free trade and special economic zones ready to serve international companies- some are actually tax free environments. - A gateway for shipments and business to and from South-West Asia and Central Asia Caucuses. - Attractive law on foreign investment The sectors that could attract investment in Iran are broad. The first and foremost obvious destination for development would be the energy sector which has been set back by the lack of new equipment and technical expertise as oil major entities haven’t had presence in the country. The other attractive sectors include aviation, retail, and automotive sectors. With the lifting of sanctions, the entry of official retail outlets will be able to tap into a large brand conscious population. This will boom the construction and retail sectors. Despite the promising picture we described, there are clearly obstacles to do business in Iran that would go beyond just sanctions. Any investor looking for investment in the country would face a set of challenges that is primarily due to not having much precedent of foreign investment during decades of isolation. Thus, having a business strategy, local knowledge and legal expertise will mitigate risk and maximize profit of investment in Iran: the last frontier market.
khazar sea
 
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Views: 194 Mohamad Kazemi
Caspian Sea# Offshore life# Каспийское море
 
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I created this video with the YouTube Slideshow Creator (http://www.youtube.com/upload)
Views: 36 Elvin Suleymanov
How to invest in Iran video - produced by Lavan
 
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More than 3 decades of political and economic isolation has not negatively impacted Iran’s attractiveness as an emerging market. Iran’s emergence from isolation could be the most significant opening of an economy since the fall of the Soviet Union. Iran has long been of geostrategic importance because of its central location in Eurasia and Western Asia. With an area of 1,648, 195 m2 Iran is the second largest country in the Middle East and the 18th largest country in the world. Its area roughly equals that of the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and Germany combined, or somewhat more than the US state of Alaska. The country has a population of 77 million ranking number 17 in the list of countries by population. Half of this population is under the age of 35 and there is literacy rate of 93%. With a population of 7,705,036, Tehran is the country's capital and largest city. It is as well known to be the leading cultural and economic center of Iran. The other major cities of the country are: Mashhad, Karaj, Isfahan, Shiraz and Tabriz. Iran is a major regional and middle power, exerting considerable influence in international energy security and the world economy through its large reserves of fossil fuels. Iran has the second largest proved gas reserves in the world after Russia and also ranks fourth in oil reserves. Iran's economy is a mixture of central planning, state ownership of oil and other large enterprises, village agriculture, and small-scale private trading and service ventures. The Iranian government's officially stated goal is to establish a new world order based on world peace, global collective security and justice. Attractive factors for any investor may include - An established banking sector - Transportation, aviation and energy infrastructure - Brand conscious consumer market - Large number of port facilities in Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea - Rich natural resources of gas, oil, copper, aluminum, silver and gold. - More than 20 free trade and special economic zones ready to serve international companies- some are actually tax free environments. - A gateway for shipments and business to and from South-West Asia and Central Asia Caucuses. - Attractive law on foreign investment The sectors that could attract investment in Iran are broad. The first and foremost obvious destination for development would be the energy sector which has been set back by the lack of new equipment and technical expertise as oil major entities haven’t had presence in the country. The other attractive sectors include aviation, retail, and automotive sectors. With the lifting of sanctions, the entry of official retail outlets will be able to tap into a large brand conscious population. This will boom the construction and retail sectors. Despite the promising picture we described, there are clearly obstacles to do business in Iran that would go beyond just sanctions. Any investor looking for investment in the country would face a set of challenges that is primarily due to not having much precedent of foreign investment during decades of isolation. Thus, having a business strategy, local knowledge and legal expertise will mitigate risk and maximize profit of investment in Iran: the last frontier market.
Views: 424 Lavan Co
IRAN Release Caspian seal
 
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One of the Caspian seals, which were in rehab in october 2016, could be released after a few days treatment. The fishermen who rescued the animal acompanied him and personally released him.
Views: 467 Lenie 't Hart
Iran: the last frontier market.
 
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More than 3 decades of political and economic isolation has not negatively impacted Iran’s attractiveness as an emerging market. Iran’s emergence from isolation could be the most significant opening of an economy since the fall of the Soviet Union. Iran has long been of geostrategic importance because of its central location in Eurasia and Western Asia. With an area of 1,648, 195 m2 Iran is the second largest country in the Middle East and the 18th largest country in the world. Its area roughly equals that of the United Kingdom, France, Spain, and Germany combined, or somewhat more than the US state of Alaska. The country has a population of 77 million ranking number 17 in the list of countries by population. Half of this population is under the age of 35 and there is literacy rate of 93%. With a population of 7,705,036, Tehran is the country's capital and largest city. It is as well known to be the leading cultural and economic center of Iran. The other major cities of the country are: Mashhad, Karaj, Isfahan, Shiraz and Tabriz. Iran is a major regional and middle power, exerting considerable influence in international energy security and the world economy through its large reserves of fossil fuels. Iran has the second largest proved gas reserves in the world after Russia and also ranks fourth in oil reserves. Iran's economy is a mixture of central planning, state ownership of oil and other large enterprises, village agriculture, and small-scale private trading and service ventures. The Iranian government's officially stated goal is to establish a new world order based on world peace, global collective security and justice. Attractive factors for any investor may include - An established banking sector - Transportation, aviation and energy infrastructure - Brand conscious consumer market - Large number of port facilities in Persian Gulf and Caspian Sea - Rich natural resources of gas, oil, copper, aluminum, silver and gold. - More than 20 free trade and special economic zones ready to serve international companies- some are actually tax free environments. - A gateway for shipments and business to and from South-West Asia and Central Asia Caucuses. - Attractive law on foreign investment The sectors that could attract investment in Iran are broad. The first and foremost obvious destination for development would be the energy sector which has been set back by the lack of new equipment and technical expertise as oil major entities haven’t had presence in the country. The other attractive sectors include aviation, retail, and automotive sectors. With the lifting of sanctions, the entry of official retail outlets will be able to tap into a large brand conscious population. This will boom the construction and retail sectors. Despite the promising picture we described, there are clearly obstacles to do business in Iran that would go beyond just sanctions. Any investor looking for investment in the country would face a set of challenges that is primarily due to not having much precedent of foreign investment during decades of isolation. Thus, having a business strategy, local knowledge and legal expertise will mitigate risk and maximize profit of investment in Iran: the last frontier market.
Part 1 -  Curious on Caspian Sea
 
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This is really a very boring video if you are not totally bored and need something to do. I'm watching an old map of Asia and compaire it to the images on Google Earth. In this part I look closer to the Caspian Sea and the Aral Sea, which used to be connected. Lately the Aral Sea has shrunk quite alot.
Views: 1260 Queen Angelica
Hiking on Hormuz island (Iran) / Поход по острову Ормуз (Хормуз, Иран)
 
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Iran - a wonderful country. A year ago, we fell in love with the south of Iran. One tidbit of the south of Iran - Hormuz island. About this place, we decided to make a short video. Иран - удивительная страна. Год назад мы влюбились в его юга. Один из лакомых кусочков - остров Ормуз (Хормуз). Об этом месте мы решили сделать короткое видео. www.shantifruitstravel.tilda.ws www.facebook.com/events/1783127185236858 vk.com/tour_iran [email protected] nstagram.com/shantifruits
Views: 4368 SHANTI FRUITS
Caspian Sea’s legal status
 
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Azerbaijan is confident that all the issues related to the Caspian Sea’s legal status must be resolved in the spirit of respect for sovereign rights of the Caspian countries and mutually beneficial partnership, Azerbaijani Foreign Minister Elmar Mammadyarov said on Wednesday at a meeting of foreign ministers of the Caspian littoral countries in Astana, Kazakhstan. Mammadyarov also pointed to the necessity of strengthening trust among the sides, particularly in such issues as regional stability, security, economic, scientific and research activity in the Caspian Sea, in order to resolve the Caspian Sea’s legal status issues.
Views: 190 CBC TV Azerbaijan
Iranian Odyssey - Trailer
 
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To watch the full film visit: www.swpictures.co.uk Story: The West’s attitudes towards Iran today can be traced back to 1951 when Iranian Prime Minister Mohammad Mossadegh tried to end British domination of Iran. Mossadegh nationalized Iranian oil which had been monopolized by a single British company, BP, for more than 40 years. Mossadegh had to fight against a virtual alliance of foreign and domestic enemies. They undermined him in a struggle for power and control of oil. A struggle which culminated in a coup d’etat plotted and carried out by the CIA in August 1953. More than 60-years later it is impossible to understand Iran without understanding Mossadegh’s victories and failures. Through exclusive access to eye-witnesses and the characters of the story in Iran, UK and the US as well as never before seen archival material we tell the gripping story of the rise and fall of Mossadegh. He became Prime Minister in April, 1951. Within a few months, his government took over the assets of The Anglo-Iranian Oil Company. The company is now known as BP. The British government owned 51 percent of the Oil Company. The British government’s revenue from Iranian oil was double the amount of the Iranian government’s. The Oil Company had built Iran’s oil industry from scratch in exchange for total control over exploration and sale of the oil. It had invested millions of pounds in building infrastructure, roads and ports. But the way they protected their interests created resentment in the oil-rich province of Khuzistan. After the nationalisation, Mossadegh became a hate figure in Great Britain. The British government took legal action against Mossadegh at the International Court of Justice. The court asked Iran to cease the nationalisation process until it reached a decision. Mossadegh ignored the court’s decision and insisted that Iran’s argument was with a British company and the not the government. The British navy blockaded Iran’s oil. Several tankers were stopped in the Persian Gulf. British paratroopers were ready to invade Iran. All major international oil companies joined the boycott against Iran. They didn’t want Mossadegh’s nationalisation to become a model for other countries to follow. From the moment Iran nationalised its oil it couldn’t sell it. While the British government was going through international diplomatic channels, British diplomats in Tehran began a covert operation to overthrow Mossadegh. To watch the full film visit: www.swpictures.co.uk
Views: 69 SWPictures
Vakhshouri Joins BBC Persia Service to Discuss Iran's Oil and Condensate Export Rise
 
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Vakhshouri Joins BBC Persia Service to Discuss Iran's Oil and Condensate Export Rise
Views: 168 AtlanticCouncil
Russia: Caspian Fleet gears up for Caucasus 2016 military drills
 
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Russia's Caspian Flotilla could be seen preparing for the Caucasus 2016 strategic drills in Caspian Sea, Tuesday. Apart from the Caspian Flotilla, Russia's Black Sea Fleet units, as well as their Southern Military District air and naval forces, will participate in the drills. Video ID: 20160906-010 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 3077 Ruptly
OIL ROCKS - CITY ABOVE THE SEA - Film clip no. 1
 
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Full film version available on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oilrocks SYNOPSIS THE OIL ROCKS – Behind this enigmatic name lies the first and largest offshore oil town ever built. A vast, sprawling web of oil platforms in the middle of the Caspian Sea, commissioned by Stalin in 1949. Imagine: 2,000 oil rigs, 300 kilometres of bridges, rusty old Soviet trucks rolling back and forth, nine-storey building blocks, thousands of oil workers, a cultural palace, a lemonade factory, a green park… Sixty years on, the Oil Rocks still stand. But two-thirds of the infrastructure has been regained by the sea. A kind of Oil Atlantis, only real. Combining black-and-white archives from the Soviet era and contemporary footage, the film tells the story of this timeless place and of some of its amazing inhabitants. It is the first time a Western film crew is allowed to make a documentary on the site since its creation. CREDITS A film by Marc Wolfensberger Camera: Jon Björgvinsson Sound: Blaise Gabioud Editing: Patrick Léger, Peter Entell, Ana Acosta Original music: Igor Cubrilovic Sound editing: Carlos Ibañez Sound mix: Philippe Mercier, Studio Prism Colorimetry: Jean-Noël Henrioux, One Pixel Studio Graphic design: Elise Gaud de Buck, lelgo.com Field assistant: Kamil Piriyev Lead producer: Isabelle Gattiker, Intermezzo Films Co-production: RTS Radio Télévision Suisse, Intermezzo Films, THIN LINE Productions With the participation of: YLE (Finland), MDR (Germany), Cinéforom And the support of: Ville de Genève – Département des Affaires Culturelles, Fondation Vaudoise pour le Cinéma, Fonds Regio Films, Fonds Mécénat SIG, Succès Passage Antenne, Pour-cent culturel Migros, Fonds de production télévisuelle, Films pour un seul monde, Fondation Corymbo THE FILM IS AVAILABLE IN: Russian/Azeri (V.O.), with English subtitles https://vimeo.com/ondemand/oilrocks French (sync.) https://vimeo.com/ondemand/citedupetrole German (sync.) https://vimeo.com/ondemand/stalinsbohrinsel International sales: intermezzofilms.ch thin-line.net FESTIVALS DADo Film Society, Melbourne (June 2014) Architecture & Design Film Festival, Australia (May 2014) ArchiFacts Film Festival Antwerpen (Nov. 2012) Pyongyang International Film Festival (Sept. 2012) Peacock Visual Arts Aberdeen (Sept. 2012) Budapest Architecture Film Days (March 2012) Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam (Oct. 2011) Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, Washington (March 2011) New waves, new ways, Czech Republic (Nov. 2010) Doclisboa, Portugual (Oct. 2010) Reykjavik International Film Festival (Sept. 2010) Documentarist 2010, Istanbul (June 2010) Rodos Ecofilms, Greece (June 2010) International Madrid Documentary Film Festival (May 2010) Planet Doc Review, Warsaw (May 2010) Trento Film Festival, Italy (April 2010) Anasy Documentary Awards, United Arab Emirates (April 2010) Al-Jazeera International Documentary Film Festival, Doha (April 2010) Thessaloniki Documentary Festival, Greece (March 2010) Cinequest Film Festival, San José, CA/U.S.A. (Feb. 2010) Tokyo International Film Festival (Oct. 2009) – World Premiere Visions du Réel Nyon, Switzerland (April 2009) Winner of the Polly Krakora award for artistry in film, Washington Environment Film
Views: 315 Marc Wolfensberger
iran 2015
 
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Путешествие по Ирану на мотоцикле. Апрель-Май 2015.
Views: 617 Slacky2
Iran Sadra Bushehr made South Pars Torch holder صدرا بوشهر سازنده نگهدارنده مشعل پارس جنوبي ايران
 
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صدرا بوشهر سازنده نگهدارنده مشعل پارس جنوبي ايران Sadra Bushehr company (شركت صدرا بوشهر) official website http://www.sadra.ir SADRA also known as "Iran Marine Industrial Company" was founded in 1968 as a small ship repair yard in Bushehr. Since then, SADRA has established itself as the leading shipbuilding and shiprepairing company in Iran. SADRA is also active in offshore oil & gas development. SADRA specializes in building ships, docks and floating oil rigs. Sadra Group is a sister company of Iran's state-owned Iran Shipbuilding and Offshores Industries Complex Co. (ISOICO). As of April 2009, the IRGC-controlled construction conglomerate, Khatam al-Anbia owns a controlling stake in SADRA. Iran Sadra Bushehr made South Pars Torch holder more videos https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5EbVHVSby48 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gK_DWhJVzZc https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NVAqLAjRivs https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4H9iY1cpAg
Views: 333 ali javid
Burning Oil Fields (near Abadan, Iran) 2013
 
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In Infinite Freedom Exercise (near Abadan, Iran) 2011, a virtual camera circles the dusty seaside landscape in southern Iran, recording a figure dressed in non-nationalized army fatigues. This actor performatively mimics the prescribed gestures of mortar release in an evolving sequence. Burning Oil Fields joined the work in 2013 and represents these fires.
Views: 52 John Gerrard
Iran: Russian oil and gas companies interested in investing in Iran - Matviyenko
 
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Chairperson of the Federation Council of Russia Valentina Matviyenko said there was a mutual interest for cooperation between Russian oil and gas companies and Iranian officials, while speaking to journalists in Tehran on Monday. Valentina Matviyenko, Chairperson of the Federation Council of Russia (Russian): "The Iranian side expects investment from our oil and gas companies into field development and into geological exploration. This interest has been stressed many times. Comparing to the fact that the French company Total has already signed the agreement to invest $5 billion into field development, the Iranians stressed that they are interested in Russian entry [into the sector]. The thing is that our big oil and gas companies show great interest to work in Iran, and the Iranians count on the fact that during the upcoming meeting of the intergovernmental commission, which is scheduled for December 13, some specific agreements can be reached. As they said, they will inform our companies about facilitating variants of agreements for involvement into geological exploration and development of fields. There is every chance that these agreements can be reached." Video ID: 20161114- 052 Video on Demand: http://www.ruptly.tv Contact: [email protected] Twitter: http://twitter.com/Ruptly Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/Ruptly
Views: 2271 Ruptly
Iran opens bases to Russia
 
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Russia says it will be using new bases in Iran to launch airstrikes against ISIS in Syria, but the US disagrees. CNN's Barbara Starr reports.
Views: 57516 CNN
TWENTY RUSSIAN WARSHIPS LAUNCH MAJOR FIREPOWER DISPLAY IN CASPIAN SEA
 
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Sub for more: http://nnn.is/the_new_media | TASS news reports the Caspian Flotilla has conducted a naval exercise using Kalibr missile systems, according to the the Southern Military District’s press office. "A strike group of the flotilla has conducted firing drills using naval practice targets and hitting them successfully," the press service said. See the report here: https://youtu.be/xIGFLM9-W-0 Read more: http://tass.ru/en/defense/873266 ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ SUPPORT THE NETWORK WITH THE LINKS BELOW! ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Patreon $5/mo: http://nnn.is/monthly-gift-5 Give once: http://nnn.is/one-time-gift Give BTC: 13Hd1HFqS5CDLCMcFQPWu9wumubo6X2hSM Tip Brian The Editor: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/tip-the-editor/ T-Shirt Shop: http://nnn.is/get-your-gear-here Gold buyer's strategy: http://nnn.is/free-gold-secret Teach Your Child About Liberty: http://nnn.is/1HvxU37 Learn what stocks will survive the collapse: http://nnn.is/n3-trade-genius Watch Us on Tiger Steam! http://nnn.is/GET-TIGER --- $50 off promocode: BUYTIGERSTREAM Cast your vote in the Selection 2016 Poll: http://nextnewsnetwork.com/election-2016-poll/ ---------------------------------------- Send Us News Tips! ---------------------------------------- http://nextnewsnetwork.com/viewer-submitted-news/ ---------------------------------------- FOLLOW US ON SOCIAL! ---------------------------------------- http://Facebook.com/NextNewsNet http://Twitter.com/NextNewsNet http://NextNewsNetwork.com Hashtag: #N3 Community Guidelines Disclaimer: The points of view and purpose of this video is not to bully or harass anybody, but rather share that opinion and thoughts with other like-minded individuals curious about the subject to encourage conversation and awareness.
Views: 5151 The Next News Network
Iran hosts 3 Armenian museums
 
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Armenians are one of the oldest religious groups in Iran. They have contributed greatly to Iran’s cultural and religious diversity over the centuries. The relics of their rich culture have been preserved in three museums across Iran. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
Views: 926 PressTV
Caspian sea
 
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Views: 34 Oleg Petroff
Iran & Our Navy
 
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WTF Did I just watch?!
Views: 248 LMSTactical
Syria, Yemen, & the Saudi-Iran Proxy War; Politics & Pipelines in the Global Oil War
 
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Eric Draitser of http://StopImperialism.org appears on CPR Sunday with security analyst Mark Sleboda, and broadcaster Don DeBar to discuss the latest global developments. The conversation examines the global implications of the ongoing proxy war between Saudi Arabia and Iran and the areas of conflict around the world. In addition, Eric, Mark, and Don explore the energy politics underlying these global issues, including the roles of Saudi Arabia, Russia, Iran and others in shaping the current international energy market, as well as the role of pipelines in the political and geopolitical considerations of the relevant players. All this and much much more in this week's CPR Sunday.
Views: 1607 Eric Draitser
Iran Navy 44th flotilla foils pirate attacks on vessels in Gulf of Aden درگيري با دزدان خليج عدن
 
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October 17, 2016 (Persian calendar 1395/7/26) Iranian naval forces have successfully thwarted major pirate attacks on two merchant vessels in the Gulf of Aden خليج عدن. The 44th flotilla of the Iranian Navy, consisting of Alvand destroyer ناوشكن الوند and the Bushehr logistic vessel شناور لجستيكي بوشهر, saved two Iranian ships from three pirate attacks on Monday morning. Gulf of Aden pirates, who mainly come from Somali coasts, attacked an Iranian merchant ship in a bid to highjack it but they were forced to flee after a heavy exchange of fire by the Iranian fleet. The pirates also conducted two attacks on another Iranian merchant ship. They initially attacked the vessel with eight speedboats 46 miles south of the Yemeni city of Aden and later with 13 well-equipped boats 55 miles south of the port city. However, the two attacks were repelled by the Iranian naval forces and the pirates were forced to retreat when they came under heavy fire. The 44th flotilla of the Iranian Navy set off for high seas on October 5 to safeguard maritime routes. Iran’s Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari دريابان حبيب الله سياري said in September that the country’s naval forces escorted some 3,200 Iranian and non-Iranian commercial ships and tankers over the past six years to ensure their safe passage in the Gulf of Aden. Sayyari added that Iran has almost 5,000 kilometers of maritime boundary directly linking it to the high seas, a strategic geographical position which has turned the country into a center of attention for hegemonic powers. In recent years, Iran’s Navy has increased its presence in international waters to protect naval routes and provide security for merchant vessels and tankers. In line with international efforts against piracy, the Iranian Navy has been conducting patrols in the Gulf of Aden since November 2008, safeguarding merchant containers and oil tankers owned or leased by Iran or other countries. Iran’s Navy has managed to foil several attacks on both Iranian and foreign tankers during its missions in international waters.
Views: 2152 Persian_boy
Iran Persian Gulf Star oil refinery 36 million liters Petrol ايران بنزين پالايشگاه ستاره خليج فارس
 
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ايران توليد بنزين پالايشگاه ستاره خليج فارس Iran Persian Gulf Star oil refinery producing 36 million liters Petrol
Views: 392 ali javid
52 Seconds of Baku, Azerbaijan, country full of oil!
 
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Host: Sadra Golshan Director and camera: Fattaneh Sadeghi Minimalist Travelers in Baku, Azerbaijan The Caspian Sea is literally littered with oil The view of the Flame Towers from New City Park, Baku
Iran SADRA made 7000 metric Ton Barge dubbed Artemiz Jonoob بارج هفت هزار تن ساخت ايران صدرا
 
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September 15, 2016 (Persian calendar 1395/6/25) Iran SADRA Marine Industrial Company (شركت صنايع دريايي ايران صدرا) official website http://www.sadra.ir SADRA also known as "Iran Marine Industrial Company" was founded in 1968 as a small ship repair yard in Bushehr. Since then, SADRA has established itself as the leading shipbuilding and shiprepairing company in Iran. SADRA is also active in offshore oil & gas development. SADRA specializes in building ships, docks and floating oil rigs. Sadra Group is a sister company of Iran's state-owned Iran Shipbuilding and Offshores Industries Complex Co. (ISOICO). As of April 2009, the IRGC-controlled construction conglomerate, Khatam al-Anbia owns a controlling stake in SADRA. Iran Sadra made 7000 metric Ton Barge dubbed Artemiz Jonoob بارج هفت هزار تن ساخت ايران صدرا
Views: 336 Persian_boy
4 Iranian vessels "harass" USS Nitze in Strait of Hormuz
 
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The U.S. Navy released this video of four Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps vessels "harassing" the Norfolk-based guided missile destroyer USS Nitze on Tuesday, August 23, 2016 in the international waters of the Straight of Hormuz, which is just off the Persian Gulf. Full story: http://bit.ly/2bGk4UR
Views: 28120 The Virginian-Pilot
Iran releases 49 Indian fishermen
 
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Chennai, Mar 03 (ANI): A total of 49 fishermen, of which 44 are from Tamil Nadu and five from Gujarat, have been released by the Iranian Government. The fishermen came to Chennai airport on Thursday. The fishermen who worked for Dubai’s fishing company lost the sea route and were arrested by Iranian cops on December 1, 2015.
Views: 209 ANI News
IRAN - Tourism in northern Iran (City of Babol)
 
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A big amount of tourism in Iran takes part in its northern provinces. One popular place in particular is the Mazandaran Province, and the largest city located in Mazandaran is the city of Babol. Reza Nayebi will give us a glimpse of the city in this feature. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
Views: 3001 PressTV
Iran di Mirko Catoio
 
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Iran_Bazar_di Mirko Catoio Contest Movi&co Design after Design, triennale.movieco.it
Iran, Kazakhstan sign dozens of deals worth $2 billion
 
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Read more here: http://www.presstv.com/Detail/2016/04/11/460223/Iran-Kazakhstan-Rouhani-Nazarbayev Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani says sectarian division, extremism and terrorism are the major threats to the world of Islam today. He made the remarks during a joint press conference with Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev in Tehran. The two officials discussed ways of enhancing bilateral relations. Resolving the conflicts in Syria and Yemen was also at the heart of the conversation. Tehran and Astana also signed dozens of agreements in various fields including oil, gas and transportation, worth a total 2 billion dollars. Nazarbayev, who's on a two-day official visit to Iran, is scheduled to meet with other Iranian officials. Guest: Catherine Shakdam Dir., Shafaqna Institute for Middle Eastern Studies Watch Live: http://www.presstv.ir/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/videosptv
Views: 556 PressTV
Iran and Pakistan Hold Joint Navy Drills in Indian Ocean
 
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The 43rd flotilla of the Iranian Navy has participated in a joint relief and rescue drill with Pakistani naval forces in waters off the port city of Karachi. Following necessary coordination among the Iranian commanders of the flotilla and Pakistani naval forces, the joint maritime drill began off the coast of Karachi on Saturday, with the main focus on naval rescue and relief operations. Several exercises were carried out during the joint maneuver such as search and rescue training, helicopter vertical reference training, telecommunication exercises using flags, lights, radiographs and the formation and combination of the surface vessels of Iran and Pakistan according to pre-determined scenarios. The 43rd flotilla, consisting of Lavan logistic warship, Falakhan and Khanjar missile-equipped warships, Konarak troop-carrier warship and a domestically-manufactured helicopter took part in the drill. The commanders of the Iranian fleet also plan to meet with Pakistani naval commanders and officials and visit floating units in a bid to boost maritime training and interaction between the two neighboring countries. The 43rd Iranian flotilla berthed at the port of Karachi on September 27. In recent years, the Iranian Navy has increased its presence in international waters to protect naval routes and provide security for merchant vessels and tankers. In line with international efforts against piracy, the Iranian Navy has been also conducting patrols in the Gulf of Aden since November 2008 in order to safeguard merchant containers and oil tankers owned or leased by Iran or other countries. Iran’s Navy has managed to foil several attacks on both Iranian and foreign tanker ships during its missions in international waters. http://www.presstv.ir/Detail/2016/10/01/487222/Iran-Pakistan-Navy-flotilla-drill-Karachi
Views: 2032 IR Iran
Iranian navy's 44th squadron passes through Atlantic
 
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Iran’s navy commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari said the squadron is comprised of the Bushehr logistic warship and the Alvand destroyer. He said the Iranian navy’s vessels have now docked at the Port of Durban in South Africa. Sayyari added that Iranian destroyers have been equipped with long-range surface-to-surface missiles. The 44th squadron of the Iranian Navy set off for the high seas on October five to protect maritime routes used by the country’s vessels and oil tankers against pirates. Watch Live: http://www.presstv.com/live.html Twitter: http://twitter.com/PressTV LiveLeak: http://www.liveleak.com/c/PressTV Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/PRESSTV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+VideosPTV Instagram: http://instagram.com/presstvchannel Dailymotion: http://www.dailymotion.com/presstv
Views: 1367 PressTV
Stem Cells in Iran
 
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It has been more than a decade that stem cell centers have begun their activities in Iran to conduct scientific experiments and offer cutting-edge medical services; among them infertility treatment. Follow PressTV Documentaries on: Website @ http://presstvdoc.com/ Facebook @ https://www.facebook.com/PressTVdocum... Twitter @ https://twitter.com/presstvdocs Vimeo @ https://vimeo.com/user10253502 Soundcloud @ https://soundcloud.com/presstv-doc Instagram @ https://www.instagram.com/presstvdoc/
Views: 1618 PressTV Documentaries