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Iran Burned 1.1b Liters of Gasoline in 13 Days
Iran Burned 1.1b Liters of Gasoline in 13 Days

Iran Burned 1.1b Liters of Gasoline in 13 Days

Iran Burned 1.1b Liters of Gasoline in 13 Days

A total of 1.114 billion liters of gasoline, or 85.6 million liters daily, were burned during the Persian New Year holidays (March 21-April 2), said a spokesperson for the National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company.

The volume is 5.5% higher than consumption during the previous Persian New Year holiday season. In addition, demand jumped to 102 million liters on April 1 as families travelled back home after the holidays.

During the previous holiday season, consumption saw a record high of 106 million liters in a single day.

Diesel consumption also dipped to 433 million liters in the said period from around 440 million liters compared to the corresponding period a year ago.

Iranians on average consumed 74 million liters of gasoline per day in the previous fiscal year that ended on March 20.

 

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