Iran to help develop Africa’s gas field
Azerbaijan, Baku, Dec. 14/ Trend M. Moezzi
Namibia's energy minister said his country is ready to cooperate with Iran to develop the Kudu gas field, Mehr News Agency reported.
The Kudu field discovered in 1974 has 1.3 trillion cubic feet of gas reserves, Namibia's Energy Minister Isak Katali said.
Earlier during his visit, Katali urged Iran to help the African country in its oil and gas explorations, as well as in the development of its drilling industry.
During his visit to Iran's South Pars gas field development project sites, Katali lauded Iran's significant progress in the petrochemical sector, Pana news agency
"Namibia is not an oil producing country, but it is willing to benefit from Iran's experiences through cooperation in constructing an oil refinery in our country," Katali said.