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Iran Doubles Oil Sales to Turkey

By John Lee. Turkey has reportedly doubled its imports of oil from Iran. Turkey’s Energy Market Regulator said Iran exported about 834,000 tons (about 199,083 b/d) of crude oil to Turkey in January 2017, while the figure for the same month in 2016 was 406,894 tons. Additionally, Turkey exported 643.193 tons of petroleum products to […]

Iran Stopping Gasoline Imports

Managing Director of the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC) Abbas Kazemi says that after 36 years, Iran will stop gasoline imports. Kazemi told Shana, “Regarding the refining projects on stream, this year will be final year of offloading gasoline in Iranian ports and as of next year, the import of such a […]

Iran to be Self-Sufficient in Gasoline

Spokesman of Parliament Energy Committee, Assadollah Gharakhani, says once the first phase of Persian Gulf Star Refinery is complete, the country will be self-sufficient in gasoline and will no longer need to import it. Gharakhani told Shana that the refinery will use gas condensate as its feedstock to produce gasoline He said producing high quality […]

Rosneft to Export Fuel to Iran through Azerbaijan

By John Lee. Russia’s Rosneft intends to export fuel to Iran from 2017, according to a report from APA. Petrocas Energy Group, which is 49 percent owned by Rosneft, will build a logistics terminal over the Southern Caucasus corridor, the company’s president, Vano Nakaidze, told RBK. Petrocas will export gasoline and diesel to Iran’s Neka […]