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Iran Gasoline Output to Reach 105 ml/d

The Persian Gulf Star Refinery will help the country export more gasoline.The Persian Gulf Star Refinery will help the country export more gasoline.

Iran's gasoline production will reach 105 million liters per day by the fiscal yearend (March 2019) upon the completion of its biggest refinery in the southern city of Bandar Abbas, a deputy oil minister said.
Alireza Sadeqabadi, chief executive officer of the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company, added that while its first phase is active, the Persian Gulf Star Refinery's second phase has been launched partially and it will add 12 ml/d to the domestic production by the end of the month, ISNA reported.
The country currently produces over 70 million liters of gasoline per day.
PGSR is being developed in three phases with a combined processing capacity of 360,000 barrels per day of condensate, a type of ultra light crude extracted from the giant South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf.

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