مازیار غیبی . شعر فیلم و ادبیات بخیترای

انگاره هایی بزرگ در خرمنی کوچک شعر و ادبیات مسجدسلیمان و ایران

عکس های قدیمی از صنعت نفت ایران و مسجدسلیمان
نویسنده : مازیار غیبی - ساعت ۱۱:٢۸ ‎ق.ظ روز سه‌شنبه ٢٦ شهریور ۱۳٩٢
 

مهندس رینولدز مسجدسلیمان پیش از اکتشاف نفت

ویلیام ناکس دارسی صاحب کمپانی نفت انگلیس و بختیار

چاه شماره یک مسجدسلیمان و خاورمیانه در نخستین دقایق فوران

نخستین کارگران صنعت نفت در مسجدسلیمان کارگران بومی بختیاری

آغاز و پایان چاه شماره یک مسجدسلیمان و خاورمیانه

موقعیت مسجدسلیمان در ایران / جنوب غربی ایران

چاه شماره یک مسجدسلیمان در تسخیر پندار کودکانه پارک در سالیان بی پارک

 

The Agreement with Bakhtiari Chiefs
Before the explorations could begin, drilling permission had to be obtained from the Bakhtiari khans in whose territory all the oil deposits lay. Reynolds received much needed help from the British Consul in Isfahan, John Preece in negotiating with the Bakhtiaris. These negotiations were interrupted with the death of Esfandiar khan in 1903 and later resumed with other chiefs and in particular with Sardar Jang Bakhtiari.

An agreement was eventually reached between the explorers and four Bakhtiari leaders; two from Ilkhani and two from Haj Ilkhani branches as was customary. The Ilkhani signatories were Najaf Gholi khan (Samsam Saltaneh) and Haj Ali Gholi khan (Sardar Asad the 2nd). The Haj Ilkhani signatories were Sardar Jang and Sardar Mohtashem. The agreement was signed much to the objections of the central government in Tehran. Much credit goes to John Preece for his negotiating skills especially in negotiations with Sardar Asad. Reynold had met John Preece in London and it had been agreed by the Foreign Office that Preece should lend a hand in negotiations with the Khans with whom he had a long relationship. On 13 October 1905, Reynold traveled to Shalamzar, the residence of Samsam Saltaneh who was then the Ilkhani, joined by Preece three days later.

Negotiations with the four leading Bakhtiari Khans took place on the 16th and 19th of October 1905, and as Reynolds describes it, "in all of which Sardar Asad, Hadji Ali Gholi Khan took, I may say the entire role as spokesmen of the Chiefs, no other chief having it seemed a word to say in his presence…He, I should say, was masterful and has seen more of the world than most Khans, and has a greater flow of language, so it may have been a pre-arranged affair that he should hold the platform." 8

Sardar Asad was insisting in demanding 5 percent of the share capital of each working company formed. After further discussions and meetings, Preece persuade the Khan to accept 3 per cent of all shares issued but no agreement had yet been reached on the guarding arrangements for which 2,000 Pounds per year had been offered irrespective of the number of drilling camps which was later agreed not to be more than four camps. Following the insistence of the Il-khani (Samsam Saltaneh) and Shahab-al-Saltaneh, the Il-bagi, Sardar Asad also signed the agreement. The last signatory was Sardar Jang who also signed. The general terms of this agreement reached on 15 November 1905 were as follows:9
ُثریا اسفندیاری
خوانین بختیاری
سرباز بختیاری
امیر مفخم
امیر مجاهد
فتح تهران توسط مشروطه خواهان بختیاری
 
سردار اسد بختیاری
 
 
تفنگدار بختیاری
 
ضرغام السلطنه
بی مریم
کوچکی ثریا
مرگ ثریا
سردار جنگ
سردار بهادر
صمصام السلطنه
کودکی ثریا برلین آلمان
حسین قلی خان