Rising Trajectory of Gasoline Production and Consumption

Once fully operational, the Persian Gulf Star Refinery will produce 36 million liters of high-octane gasoline as part of efforts to wean Iran away from the fuel’s import
Rising Trajectory of Gasoline Production and ConsumptionRising Trajectory of Gasoline Production and Consumption

Iran's gasoline output has risen by 18 million liters per day in the first four months of the current fiscal (started March 21), registering a 24% growth compared with last year's production, a deputy oil minister said.
"Current gasoline output stands at 93.8 million liters per day, which reached 75 million liters per day at the end of last fiscal year," Alireza Sadeqabadi, chief executive officer of the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company, was also quoted as saying by Shana.
"The output rate will reach 95.5 ml/d in the coming days, as several refineries' overhaul operations are being completed," he added.


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