NIORDC Reports Higher Output

NIORDC Reports Higher Output
NIORDC Reports Higher Output

Crude oil processing capacity in the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company (NIORDC), a subsidiary of the National Iranian Oil Company, has risen 43% to 2.3 million liters per day over the last decade.
NIORDC’s gasoline output capacity has increased from 56 million liters per day in 2010 to 115 ml/d, IRNA reported.
The company now produces 125 million liters of diesel per day that is 31% more than 2010 when the volume was 95 ml/d. Both products meet international standards.
The largest share of oil byproducts refined and distributed by the company includes assorted grades of liquid petroleum, namely gasoline, jet fuel, diesel, heating oil, and heavy fuel oils. 


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