By boosting domestic production capacity and establishing new corridors with its Arab neighbours, Iraq will reduce its reliance on Iran for electricity.
The Houthis claimed they had fired drones and missiles at Ras Tanura, one of the world's biggest oil ports, and military targets in the eastern area of Dammam.
Iranian officials attended the funeral of Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, the alleged 'father of the Iranian nuclear weapons programme', who was killed in Tehran Friday.
The UN's nuclear watchdog has called for 'a full and prompt explanation' from Iran in connection with nuclear material at an undeclared site.
With Beirut's port destroyed and Hizbullah facing US sanctions, Lebanon's efforts to exploit offshore gas have suffered a severe setback.
New report also shows Iran's stockpile of enriched uranium now stands at more than five times the limit fixed under the 2015 nuclear deal.
The US Treasury has imposed sanctions on four entities, based in Hong Kong, Shanghai and Dubai, that were helping to finance the IRGC-QF.
Breaking the monopoly will improve living conditions, which was a goal of the power-sharing agreement between the government and southern separatists.
The Islamic republic has taken advantage of the Syrian war to make economic inroads and try to corner the market, analysts tell Diyaruna.
With gas now flowing from four major fields off the Mediterranean coast, Egypt has a 'plan to become a regional energy hub'.