About Us

About Comet Enterprises ...

Comet Enterprises (UK) Limited, an UK company, founded over 40 years ago, with the purpose of bridging business opportunities between the United Kingdom and the Persian Gulf. With a registered office in both regions, Comet has been facilitating and encouraging cross border business for decades.
Comet is primarily a consultancy and representational organisation and from its inception in 1972, Comet has focused on the key market sectors requiring new technologies, advisory services and innovation.
Our primary areas of activity today are Energy (Fossil fuels, Power Generation & Renewables), Aviation & Marine. Comet has acquired a deep knowledge of understanding the methods & procedures of both Middle Easterner & Western organisations & practices.
The senior management team, staff members and its affiliates have wide technical and professional experience in full project management, marketing & sales support and finance capture capabilities.

Comet’s goal is to continue to be a leading participant in the development of our region’s natural, infrastructural and demographic resources by both Foreign and domestic engineering and service companies.
Comet’s philosophy is to bring to its customers the best available and most appropriate products and services for their businesses at affordable prices and to support their efforts in the market place by providing first-class after sales support, product training & market research.
Comet’s customers can be confident that their interests and needs are constantly being considered.
Comet’ strengths is its people and its clear understanding of the current and future needs of the business community its has set out to serve.



Dr. Reza Molavi (Chairman and Founder)

Founded Comet Enterprises over 40 years ago and has been the Chairman and the Chief Executive Officer of this entity since its inception, in 1975.
Reza Molavi was the Executive Editor of The Iranian Journal of National Interest, and a Senior Research Associate at The Centre for Strategic Research – a unit of the Expediency Council of Iran. From 2003- 2010, he was the Editor-in-Chief of SGIA News, a newsletter published by the School of Government and International Affairs (SGIA) at Durham University, England. Dr. Molavi was the Executive Director of the Centre for Iranian Studies, at Durham University in the U.K. from 2005-2010.
While at Durham, Reza completed his PhD on the Privatization of the Oil and Gas industry in Iran. He received his BBA in Economics and Management from The University of Central Oklahoma, in the United States.