The potential agreement could resolve a 12-year dispute over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.
IRAN Mining News
The nation has successfully repatriated part of its gold holdings that had been frozen as part a number of sanctions imposed by the U.S. and other global powers over its nuclear program.
5 million tonnes per annum pellet plant expected to start-up in 2018.
It appears as if oil prices could be on the verge of a rebound, with new data showing that the U.S. oil patch is hitting an inflection point.
Two large coal and iron ore reserves have been discovered in Iran, according to a top official.
Iran has opened a new gold-processing facility with the goal of doubling its production of precious metals, media reported over the weekend.
The nation's nuclear chief also said Teheran plans to build four new nuclear plants with the help of Russia.
February’s levels were the highest since the West slapped sanctions on Tehran in June last year, says the International Energy Agency (IEA).
Drop attributed to higher gold price, end of gas-for-gold deal with Iran.
The bank's ties to Iran date back to the 1970’s.
Import levels questioned as government faces political scandal over trade deal with Iran.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani has a few reasons to smile.
Zimbabwe selling uranium to Iran is British media’s latest ‘malicious and blatant lie’ — Mining ministry
Obert Mpofu denied Sunday a report claiming the African nation had signed a secret deal to supply Iran with uranium.
President Elect Rohani stated that he will work to improve Iran’s relations with countries around the world.
A mixed picture is starting to emerge from the Middle East in terms of oil production.
World oil production rose about 2.5% last year, from 4,019 million tonnes in 2011 to 4,119 million tonnes in 2012.
The world’s largest commodities trader said more details about the pending deal will be revealed on Tuesday. Meanwhile, it faces claims of supplying Iran with key ingredients for the manufacture of tubes used in uranium enrichment centrifuges.
The controversial announcement comes on the eve of international talks about Iran's disputed nuclear program.
The Turkey-Iran gold-for-gas exchange can be considered dead as tighter US sanctions imposed on Tehran have already stopped Turkish Halkbank from processing other countries’ energy payments to the OPEC oil producer.
Iran has denied reports of an explosion at its uranium enrichment facilities near the city of Qom in the country's center-north
A senior Chinese official has flagged Beijing's strong interest in Iranian resources.
Enough weapons grade fuel for five atomic devices.
Four leading Asian economies currently account for almost of Iran's exports of oil
Turkish gold exports rose to $12.7bn in the first eleven months of 2012 compared to the $1.47bn exported in the whole of the previous year.
Turkey's deputy minister said on Thursday that Iran has evaded U.S. economic sanctions in the last six months by using Turkish payments for energy to import gold.