The 23rd International Oil, Gas, Refining & Petrochemical Exhibition

6-9 May 2018





IOID was a sponsor and active participant in the 23rd International Oil/Gas, Refining and Petrochemical Exhibition in Tehran. Located in Hall Number 8, alongside with NIOC and affiliate companies, IOID and the Ofogh Group displayed their latest accomplishments and service capabilities. The stand was visited by the President, Dr. Hassan Rouhani, the Minister of Petroleum, Mr. Zanganeh and his senior deputies, as well as the Head of NIOC, Mr. Kardoor, and the Deputy to Head of Parliament, Mr. Pezeshkian.  In addition, we were host to European and Asian oil companies, interested in the IPC contracts and the suppliers of equipment and services.

Current News 

·       The Group has been qualified as an E&P company by Iran’s Petroleum Ministry to participate in the oil and gas development projects.

·       Heads of Agreement has been signed with an IOC to develop an onshore oilfield.

·       IOID has been qualified as a contractor to take on EPCF/EPDF projects offered by NISOC.

·  IOID is forming Joint Ventures with international service providers i.e. Supply Chain  Management Services, and International HR service providers to support energy development  projects.

·       Construction of Ofogh Service Center including three warehouses, chemical blending facilities and repair shops enters 70% completion.

·       Ofogh Group has been re-certified by TUV Nord for ISO 9001, version 2015; ISO 14001 version 2015 and OHSAS 18001, version 2007.

·       The Group is undergoing ISO internal audit. Auditors are visiting all the operating sites as well as the head office.

·       Preparatory work for implementation of ERP system is in progress.

NEW BUSINESS ACTIVITIES: Ofogh Group is engaging in development projects in Photovoltaic Power Plants up to 500 MW, Biogas Power Plants, Energy Efficiency, Recovery and Utilization of flare gas. 

 IOID in International Press  

UPSTREAM  11th August, 2017 
"NIOC steps up pace on Partners
National Iranian Oil Company has added two private local players with no official links to its list of players qualified to partner foreign oil companies bidding for Upstream, in what appears to be a new sign of confidence as Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh is re-appointed."