Oman and Iran have agreed to revive an offshore pipeline project that would see Iranian natural gas exported via Oman’s LNG facilities, which have been working to boost capacity amid strong global demand.

The agreement followed a meeting earlier this summer between Iranian oil minister Javad Owji and Omani energy minister Mohammed al-Rumhy in Muscat.  

“Oman LNG intends to work with many partners to promote and develop the energy sector in Oman, including reviving a subsea pipeline project to deliver gas from Iran to Oman,” Chairman of Oman LNG, Talal bin Hamid al Awfi said in June.

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The countries signed a memorandum of understanding in 2013...