Japan National Oil Corp. said Thursday it has decided it will participate in a project to develop Iran’s largest oil field, the Azadegan field, situated near the Iraqi border.

The state-run company investing in oil and gas projects said it will carry out the assessment of oil deposits in the field as a joint project with Japan Petroleum Exploration Co. and Tokyo-based oil development firm Indonesia Petroleum Co.

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