August 2015, Vol. 242, No. 8

Features

Forecasting Irans Natural Gas Production, Consumption

Iran is a major energy-producing and exporting country with natural gas accounting for about 68% of its domestic energy consumption. Iran ranks second worldwide in terms of natural gas reserves. This is indicative of the importance of Iran’s gas in present as well as future national and international marketing. This article focuses on the characteristics of production and consumption of natural gas in Iran for the previous 44 years and forecasts short- and long-term values up to 2035. This also provides a new model for predicting the future of the natural gas in these turbulent situations. Iran has an area of about 1.648 million square km and a population exceeding 70 million. With

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