Oil trade to boost in post-sanction era

Oil trade to boost in post-sanction era

Oil trade to boost in post-sanction era

 

 
Managing Director of National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC) Abbas Kazemi described new schemes to expand exports of oil products in the new post sanction era adding “until a few years ago, Iran was merely an exporter of mazut.”
 
“In the current year, Iran has joined the group of countries who export a variety of oil products including diesel oil, aviation gasoline, naphtha, fuel oil, kerosene as well as LPG; “increased production and gas transfer to power plants mark the main causes of surplus in oil derivations particularly diesel oil.”
 
Deputy oil minister further emphasized that the export capacity for diesel fuel has reached 18 million liters per day underlining “in addition to crude oil, the country has also become an exporter of aviation gasoline and jet fuel.”

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