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Shazand Refinery Helps IRISL Espouse IMO Fuel Guidelines

Shazand Refinery Helps IRISL Espouse IMO Fuel Guidelines Shazand Refinery Helps IRISL Espouse IMO Fuel Guidelines

The National Iranian Oil Company supplies almost 55% of low-sulphur fuel to Iran's shipping fleet that complies with the International Maritime Organization’s new regulations demanding a 0.5% global sulphur cap for marine fuels, deputy for fleet development department in the Islamic Republic of Iran Shipping Lines said.
“IRISL requires at least 35,000 tons of low-sulphur fuel a month,” Abdolreza Mohebbi was quoted as saying by IRNA.
Domestic refiners including Shazand Refinery in the central city of Arak, Markazi Province, supply IRISL 20,000 tons of the fuel per month since January and the balance is imported, he noted.

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