Iran to produce 81 million liters gasoline in 2011

Oil&Gas Materials 14 September 2009 20:12 (UTC +04:00)

Azerbaijan, Baku / Trend /

"After the construction of the Sitar gas condensate processing plant in the Persian Gulf, the gasoline production in the country by 2011 will increase from today's 45 million liters per year to 81 million liters," said the head of the organization for transportation and management of energy resources of Iran Mohammad Ruyaniyan, Iranian television reported.

Ruyaniyan said that the gasoline consumption in the country decreased by an average of 26 million liters per day. "This year, the gasoline consumption averages 64 million liters per day" - said Ruyaniyan.

Ruyaniyan said that the consumption of diesel in the country also declined by 10 million liters.