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I am honored to be the first Japanese driver to win the Indy 500 and extremely grateful the Borg-Warner Trophy will be traveling outside United States for the first time ever to celebrate my team's and Honda's accomplishments.
Let's do it again next year, too."The Borg-Warner company had never before seen a push to celebrate the Indy 500 in an international driver's home country.
Sources said ONGC Videsh will make a formal bid when National Iranian Oil Company opens a tender for developing the South Azadegan oilfield.
Other firms prequalified include Japan’s Inpex Corporation, China’s CNPC, Eni of Italy, Sinopec of China and Russia’s Gazprom, Lukoil and Rosneft.
It's headed to Tokyo for a 15-day tour of festivities for Sato, the first Japanese winner of "The Greatest Spectacle in Racing."The tour also is celebrating Honda's 12th Indianapolis 500 victory."I think it is very special that the Borg-Warner Trophy is traveling to Japan.
“It will be beneficial for India to buy more crude from Iran rather than from other countries.INDIANAPOLIS -- The Borg-Warner Trophy that honors the Indianapolis 500 winner left the United States for the first time in its 82 years on Tuesday to celebrate Takuma Sato's victory in Japan.The trophy's permanent home is the museum at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.Sources said ONGC Videsh had last year made its ‘best’ offer to invest billion in developing Farzad-B field as well as in building the infrastructure to export the gas but Iran has deterred awarding the rights of the field to the Indian firm owing to differences over pricing of the fuel.With the deal on the verge of collapsing, ONGC Videsh has offered to do just the upstream part of bringing the field to production while leaving the marketing of the fuel to Iran, they said, adding that the upstream part is to cost .2 billion while another billion will be required to build a liquefied natural gas export facility.
Zangeneh said he was ‘optimistic’ about signing of an agreement awarding rights of Iran’s giant Farzad-B gas field to its discoverer, ONGC Videsh.