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  • Management & Planning Organization of Iran
    The Management and Planning Organization of Iran (MPO) is one of the largest governmental establishments in Iran.
    The MPO has a variety of goals and duties, including the evaluation of the country's resources, the preparation of its medium and long term development plans and policies, the preparation of annual budgets, and the monitoring and evaluation of work done under the implemented plans.
    The MPO has three main types of publications: Legal, Technical and Economical. Legal publications cover most major governmental documents and are distributed nationwide. They include country’s budget that is prepared and printed by MPO and presented to the President of Republic. Technical publications include standards, prices, and specifications for materials that are revised annually and also reports on the evaluation of development projects. Economic publications cover diverse economical reports, including assessment of the current economic situation and forecasts for future national and international growth.
    Dr. Mohammad Bagher Nobakht, President Hassan Rouhani's adviser for Supervision and Strategic Affairs, is the head of MPO.

  • Ministry of Roads & Urban Development
    In July 6th, 1974 the Ministry accepted a new name as “Ministry of Roads and Transportation” in order to have a comprehensive and coordinated policy concerning national transportation, development and equipment, maintenance and provision of infrastructural utilities according to circumstances of social, economical and civil developments and also national defense with respect to laws and legislations.

  • Ministry of Energy
    Ministry of Energy of Iran

  • The Ministry of Petroleum
    The Ministry of Petroleum (MoP) manages the oil industry, the producer of oil and petrochemical products. MoP is in charge of all issues pertaining to exploration, extraction, exploitation, distribution and exportation of crude oil and oil products. In addition, according to the "Imports and Exports Regulation Act", issuing import licenses for such products is also among the functions of the Ministry of Petroleum. According to British Petroleum, Iran has 137.6 billion barrels (2.188×1010 m3) of proven oil reserves and 29.61 trillion cubic meters of proven gas reserves. Iran ranks third in the world in oil reserves and second in gas reserves.
    Iran plans to invest $500 billion in the oil sector until 2025. As of 2010, $70 billion worth of oil and gas projects are under construction. Iran's annual oil and gas revenues will reach $250 billion by 2015.
    Bijan Namdar Zangeneh, who served at different cabinets of Iran, has been serving as oil minister since 15 August 2013 in the cabinet led by Hassan Rouhani.

  • Department of Environment - I.R.I
    The Iranian Department of Environment is a governmental organization, under the supervision of the president, that is responsible for matters related to safeguarding the environment.
    The origins of the department can be traced back to the Hunting Club of Iran, established in 1956. Later, it developed into an organization overseeing hunting and fishing activities in the country. In 1971 the organization changed its name to its current one, and notably has hosted the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands of International Importance in the city of Ramsar on the same year.
    Today the organization maintains a list of four types of protected areas as follows:
    • 23 National Parks, including Kavir, Touran, and Tandooreh National Parks,
    • 32 National Natural Monuments, including Mounts Damavand, Sabalan, Taftan, and Alam-Kuh,
    • 37 Wildlife Refuges, including Hamoon and Miandasht Wildlife Refuges, and
    • 117 Protected Areas, including Mounts Dena and Alvand, Lake Parishan, Jajrood, Karkheh, and Haraz Rivers, and Arasbaran.
    Massoumeh Ebtekar is the head of Irananian Department of Environment since 2013.

  • Karafarin Bank
    Karafarin Bank was initially established as Karafarinan Credit Institution. It is the first truly privately-owned bank in Iran established since the 1979 Revolution.
    Its shareholders are among the leading industrialists and contractors in Iran. Many of them are members of the Association of Industrial Managers of Iran, Association of Construction Engineers of Iran, Association of Utility Engineers, and Consulting Engineers and Architects.

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  • EN Bank
    Established in 2001 following authorization from the Central Bank of the Islamic Republic of Iran (CBI), EN Bank (Bank Eghtesad Novin) is the Islamic Republic of Iran’s first private bank. A group of industrial, construction and investment companies launched the bank, with the aim of providing flexible financial services to the Iranian private sector.

  • AbFan Consulting Engineers
    Handful Water and Civil engineers in Tehran have established Abfan Company, an Iranian consulting engineers Co., in early 80s. Since then, this consulting firm has been engaged in the various fields of Water Engineering disciplines (study, design and supervision of Dam, Irrigation and Drainage Network and wastewater) and striving to deliver the best quality services to the eminent clients and Employers.

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  • Aseh Sanat Consulting Engineers
    Aseh Sanat Consulting Engineers Company (Iran) was established in 1989 and is an ISO
    9001:2008 certified and an approved company by the Management and Planning Organization
    to participate in Industries, Mineral Processing, Civil, Structural, Power Generation and
    Utilities Projects, stands for Quality, Reliability and Trustworthiness. Aseh Sanat Consulting
    Eng. Company is a multifaceted organization provides an entire gamut of solutions, be it in
    Architecture, Infrastructure, Engineering and Planning.

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  • Ettehadrah Consulting Engineers
    Ettehadrah Consulting Engineers with the aim of design and supervision of infrastructure projects has been established on 1981 and since then main activity of EttehadRah Co is based on study and design and supervision of road and railway projects.