Iran Q1 Gas Condensate Exports Rise 39%

Pars Special Economic Energy Zone’s gas condensate export in the three months to June 21 reached 3.21 million tons worth $2.21 billion, indicating a 39% increase in terms of value
Q1 Gas Condensate  Exports Rise 39%Q1 Gas Condensate  Exports Rise 39%
Over 4.27 million tons of crude and non-oil commodities, including methanol, propane, polyethylene, sulfur, urea, styrene and ammonia, were shipped to international markets

Gas condensates exported from South Pars Gas Field in the Persian Gulf during the first three months of the current fiscal year (to June 21) exceeded 3.21 million tons, the head of customs at Pars Special Economic Energy Zone said.
"The value of gas condensates shipped from PSEEZ's customs stood at $2.21 billion, indicating a 39% increase compared with the same period of last year," Ahmad Pourheidar was also quoted as saying by IRNA on Saturday.
The official said the rising trend of exports is expected to continue, as new phases of South Pars come on stream. 


Subscribe to the Financial Tribune to continue reading this article or Log in to your account if you are already a subscriber.

Find out more about our subsciption plans here.

Add new comment