This study aimed to develop Oil approaches affected by effective factors for the success of economy-based entrepreneurship in the Oil Industry. In other words, efforts were made to identify and prioritize the factors affecting the development of Oil approaches under the impact of effective factors for the success of economy-based entrepreneurship in the Oil Industry. A review of the previous studies in this field revealed that the factors affecting the development of Oil approaches affected by factors involved in the success of economy-based entrepreneurship in the Oil Industry were institutional, organizational, environmental, economic, technological and opportunity recognition criteria. The present research was applied in terms of goal and survey, cross-sectional regarding data collection method and time frame. The statistical population consisted of experts in the country’s oil industry system. In total, 16 individuals were selected from the central bank managers by purpose sampling. Data were collected using an expert questionnaire, and the fuzzy Delphi method was applied to ensure the validity of the identified indicators. In addition, the reliability of paired comparisons was assessed by calculating the incompatibility rates via the Gogus and Butcher method. In this regard, reliability was acceptable in all cases of less than 0.1. The ranking of key criteria showed that economic factors had of the highest importance, followed by institutional, environmental, organizational, opportunity recognition process, and technological factors.