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“A delegation of about 10 Austrian companies hoping to win post-sanctions business in Iran following its nuclear deal with world powers will visit Tehran this weekend, the Austrian Chamber of Commerce said…A spokesman for the Austrian Chamber of Commerce said its vice president would go with representatives of the 10 companies on the trip to Tehran, which has had good relations for decades with neutral Austria. The chamber did not want to name the firms but Austrian newspaper Die Presse said that rail technology firms Plasser & Theurer and AVL, high-rise engineering firm Doka, engineering consultants ILF and cable car maker Doppelmayr were among them.” (Reuters, “Austrian trade delegation to visit Iran after nuclear deal,” 12/4/13)


ILF has reportedly been involved in the construction of a gas pipeline between Iran and Pakistan since at least 2010. That year, the Pakistani government “awarded a $55 million feasibility study contract to ILF.” (Gulf Oil and Gas, “Project Focus: Iran-Pakistan-India Gas Pipeline”) In 2012, ILF reportedly received another contract worth $250 million from Pakistan for the design of the gas pipeline in Pakistani territory, which upon completion “is to be connected to a pipeline on Iranian soil which is currently under construction.”  (The Jerusalem Post, “German-Austrian company helps develop Iran pipeline,” 3/6/12; ILF Website, “ILF Consulting Engineers comments on designing gas pipeline in Pakistan,” 4/6/12) 


Between 2001-2011, ILF provided "Full design and consulting services as well as construction supervision of the Southern Tehran Wastewater Plant." (Company Website)


"In December 2007, ILF was entrusted with a design and consultancy contract in cooperation with an Iranian partner office for the water treatment plant No. 2 in Ahwaz, the capital city of Khoozestan Province in Iran." (Company Website)