Iran launches gas oil exports to Africa

Iran launches gas oil exports to Africa

Iran launches gas oil exports to Africa

 

 
Managing Director of the National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC) Seyyed Naser Sajjadi described the latest status of Iranian gas oil exports; “with the implementation of new phases at South Pars field leading to increased natural gas production, the exports volume of oil products particularly gas oil has soared.”
 
He noted that the country’s liquid fuel consumption has reduced drastically since the beginning of the current Iranian year (began March 21, 2015) as a result of increased gas supply to industries and power plants; “during the first 330 day of the current year, a daily average of 200-million-liter cut has been noticed in the consumption of diesel and kerosene.
 
“Meanwhile, about 15 million liters of less mazut has been utilized in the country,” noted the official adding “overall, the Iran has managed to cut liquid fuel and other petroleum products consumption for more than 5 billion liters since the beginning of the current Iranian calendar year.”

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