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 and Anzali ports via the company’s oil terminal in the Georgian port of Poti.
“Fuel transported to Baku’s ports via railway will be exported to Iran via tankers from here,” said Nakaidze.