Iran Venezuela

Venezuela begins import of Iranian heavy oil

Venezuela has reportedly begun imports of Iranian heavy oil to supply feed for the Latin American country’s refineries.


Iran agrees to overhaul Venezuelan oil, gas refineries

Iranian Minister of Petroleum Javad Owji said on Tuesday that Iran has signed agreements with Venezuela for overhauling the oil and gas refineries of the Latin American country.


Venezuela’s Conviasa airline to launch Tehran-Caracas flights

A Venezuelan official says direct flights between Tehran and Caracas will start on March 21, taking Iranian tourists, businessmen, and industrialists to the Venezuelan capital and bringing them back to the Iranian capital.


Iran ship reaches Venezuelan port with cargo of food

Iran has continued supply of food to Venezuelaby sending another cargo ship to the Latin American nation despite harsh US sanctions against the two countries.


Iranian supertanker loading 2m barrels of Venezuelan oil for export

A tanker chartered by the National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC) is loading Venezuelan crude for export as the two countries apply new tactics to expand their trade in defiance of US sanctions, a report says.


Iran completes second fuel delivery mission to Venezuela

The third and final vessel from a fuel-laden Iranian flotilla has entered Venezuela’s waters, completing a second such mission in less than a year. Five Iranian vessels had carried out the previous fuel delivery mission between May and June.


Iran sold gasoline to Venezuela at market price: Zanganeh

Petroleum Minister Bijan Zanganeh says the Iranian gasoline delivered to fuel-starved Venezuela last month was sold to Caracas at market price.


Fifth Iranian fuel tanker docks in Venezuelan port

The fifth and last tanker in a flotilla of ships carrying Iranian fuel has entered Venezuela’s state oil company Petroleos de Venezuela (PDVSA)’s El Palito refining facility.


First tanker carrying Iranian fuel reaches Venezuela despite US warning

The vessel has arrived in Venezuelan waters to help alleviate fuel shortages in the former oil-exporting nation. Tehran had warned of "consequences" if the US stopped the ship.


Club of sanctioned countries: potential bloc against US ‘economic terrorism’

Iran has been resisting the US sanctions following the 1979 Islamic Revolution. 40 years on, many other countries are also suffering and withstanding those punitive measures. Now, Tehran is proposing that all these US-sanctioned countries join a club to better coordinate their efforts against its "economic terrorism".