WorldOil Iran gives investors glimpse of $30 billion in oil deals Iran is targeting about $30 billion in investment by offering 70 oil and natural gas projects to international companies as the Persian Gulf country anticipates the lifting of economic sanctions. The $30 oil cliff that economists see threatening Russia For Russia, $30 is the number to watch. Fugro performs offshore survey program in Equatorial Guinea Fugro has been awarded a contract by Ophir Equatorial Guinea (Block R) Ltd. for the provision of survey services for the development of large scale assets and infrastructure offshore Equatorial Guinea. Expro enters Qatar with five-year contract win Expro has achieved a significant milestone as it enters Qatar for the first time and expands its Middle Eastern presence with a five-year contract win. Tendeka enhances RandD and training facilities Tendeka, the provider of completions systems and services to the upstream oil and gas industry, has invested in a new facility at Minto Drive, Aberdeen, UK. OPEC rivals become unwitting allies in push for oil-market share Almost by accident, OPEC adversaries Saudi Arabia and Iran are about to work as a team. Rosneft sells 20% share of Siberian producer to BP Rosneft has sold a 20% share of Taas-Yuryakh Neftegazodobycha LLC, its subsidiary, to BP. DOF Subsea sells Skandi Protector to Australian government DOF Subsea has entered into agreement for the sale of Skandi Protector to the Commonwealth of Australia. Lundin brings Norway’s Edvard Grieg field online First oil from Edvard Grieg field, in the Norwegian North Sea, was achieved on Saturday, Lundin Petroleum, the field's operator, said in a statement Monday. Sterling Energy acquires interest in Tullow’s Block C-10 offshore Mauritania Sterling Energy has completed the sale and purchase agreement between its wholly owned subsidiary, Sterling Energy Mauritania Limited (SEML) and Tullow Mauritania to acquire a 13.5% working interest in the production sharing contract (PSC) for Block C-10, located offshore in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania. Oil set for monthly decline as OPEC seen standing firm on supply Oil headed for its largest monthly drop since July as Iran signaled the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries won’t reduce its production target at a meeting this week.