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Iran Could End Gasoline Import As Domestic Output Peaks

Iran Could End Gasoline Import As Domestic Output PeaksIran Could End Gasoline Import As Domestic Output Peaks

Gasoline imports could likely end by September if all goes well and there is no sharp spike in domestic consumption, CEO of the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company said.
"Overall daily gasoline production, now at around 95 million liters, will exceed 100 million liters as phase 3 of the Persian Gulf Star Refinery in Bandar Abbas is gradually stabilizing at 36 million liters per day," ISNA quoted Alireza Sadeqabadi as saying. 
Close to 100 million liters of gasoline is used in Iran every day, of which between five and 10 ml/d is imported.

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