Welcome to PFK investment company

Petro Farayand Karkheh is an investment company in fields of oil & gas, Water and wastewater treatment and Energy

Energy

over the past two years PFK has started to invest more than 50M euro on renewable energy plants

Oil & Gas

Investing more than 300m euro on Siraf refinery plant in Asaluyeh

Water

Investing more than 350m euro on wastewater treatment plants to provide water for biggest industries in the central part of Iran

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Petro Farayand Karkheh Engineering & Development

PFK has established in 2013 by SHASTAN for the purpose of investment, contribution and attainment of interests and benefits from the reserves of SHASTAN Organization.

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 21 Civil Projects Launched in Oil-rich Regions since March

21 Civil Projects Launched in Oil-rich Regions since March

TEHRAN, Aug 13 (Shana) – A senior petroleum official says over 21 civil projects have been launched ever since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 20.

 Top Petroleum official says Mega Project to Be Signed by Next 4-5 Months

Top Petroleum official says Mega Project to Be Signed by Next 4-5 Months

Deputy Minister of Petroleum for Trade and International Affairs Amir-Hossein Zamaninia said on Wednesday that by the next four to five months mega projects will be signed with foreign companies.

 Paying More than 43 Billion Rials to the Private Sector for Guaranteed Power Purchase of Renewable Energy in June

Paying More than 43 Billion Rials to the Private Sector for Guaranteed Power Purchase of Renewable Energy in June

According to the Public Relations of Renewable Energy Organization of Iran (SUNA), more than 43 billion Rials has been paid for the power purchase of electricity to the private power plants.

 Foreign Companies Welcome Investment in NITC

Foreign Companies Welcome Investment in NITC

TEHRAN, Aug 12 (Shana) – Managing Director of National Iranian Tankers Company (NITC) Seyed Pirouz Moussavi said on Thursday that foreign companies have welcomed investment in the NITC.


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