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Bitumen for Export at IME
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Bitumen for Export at IME

Over 217,000 tons of bitumen of various grades and sulfur were to be offered on the export trading floor of the Iran Mercantile Exchange on Wednesday, the IME’s international affairs and public relations reported.

Based on the market demand, 103,000 tons of different grades of bitumen were to be offered on the export trading floor by Jey Oil Refinery Company. Moreover, 75,000 tons of bitumen by Pasargad Oil Company and a further 20,450 tons by other suppliers were to be offered on the same trading floor.
According to the report, 20,000 tons of sulfur slumps were to be offered by Bandar Abbas Refining Company, and 5,000 tons of sulfur granules were to be offered by Arak Refinery Company.
Furthermore, different commodities like vacuum bottom, bitumen, sulfuric acid, benzene, industrial urea, glycol, acetic acid, slack wax, ethanolamine, 2-Ethyl hexanol, monomer vinyl acetate and other chemicals produced by Iranian petrochemical complexes were to be offered on the oil and petrochemical trading floor.

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