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IRAN: Ways and Means to Achieve Capacity Increase by 2010 . East Meets West CERA Energy Conference June 2005,Istanbul. Abbas Maleki. Basic Fact Sheet. Population: 68.5 million, 2005 Area: 1,648, million sq kilometers, 17th largest country in the world Literacy Rate: 85%, 2004
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East Meets West
CERA Energy Conference
-10% of the global proven oil reserves
-16% of the world’s natural gas resources.
130 b barrel oil (17 billion tons) 27 trillion cm gaswhich means $3000 billions
Iran’s 20-Year Perspective Document Says:
Desired Iranian Society, for the year 2025:
The 20-Year Perspective calls for Iran to become an “economic and technological power”, underscores the Islamic Republic’s desire to give economic development priority over other policy areas.
-Realization of fast-pace and sustainable growth;
-Generation of sustainable employment opportunities and reduction of unemployment figures;
-Creation of a competitive market environment and facilitation of Iran’s competitiveness on an international scale;
-Promotion of efficiency growth, especially the efficiency of Total Factor Production (energy, capital, human resources, water etc.)
-Proactive interaction with the rest of the world in all fields and mutual interrelationship between the global economy and the Iranian economy;
-Promotion of entrepreneurship as well as innovative initiatives and technological and research capacity building;
-Provision of food security through self-sufficiency in agricultural production;
-Development of a diverse, knowledge-based economy driven by human capital and modern technologies;
-Active presence in regional and international markets and participation in the international division of labor;
-Generation of incentives for non-oil exports and promotion of all products that are internationally competitive;
-Creation of a market environment that attracts the domestic and international business community as well as entrepreneurs focusing on security, sustainability and respect for material and intellectual property rights;
-Focus on Iran’s competitive and comparative advantages and the creation of new advantages;
-Containment of inflation and promotion of growing purchasing power for the lower and medium income classes;
-Promotion of the role of the cooperative sector through facilitation of this sector’s access to market intelligence, technology and facilitation of greater interaction between various cooperatives;
-Promotion of the role of the private and cooperative sectors in all economic activities by limiting the government role to presence in the key sectors mentioned in Article 44 of the Constitution and by making the regulatory role of the government as efficient as possible.
-NIOC's Exercise of Ownership Rights
Energy demand heartland
-Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Iran (KTI) is one option (TotalFinaElf Project)
-Azerbaijan, Iran (Tabriz), Turkey (Ceyhan).
-The Roof of the World
Iran wants to