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08/11/2016 Total signs a $2 billion contract to develop Iran's gas fields

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Iran to sign gas deal with France's Total and China's CNPC

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Iran agree $4.8 billion deal with French company

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China to Lend $2 Billion Dollars for Bolstering Pakistan’s Foreign Exchange Reserves

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Major new oil deal signed by Shell in Saudi Arabia

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Saudi Aramco: The biggest energy company in the world

Iran signed a multi-billion dollar deal Monday with French oil firm Total and Chinese state oil company CNPC. Working with Iran's Petropars, the companies further developed the country's giant South Pars gas field. This marked Iran's first major Western investment since sanctions were eased on the country in early 2016.
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