Iran determines daily quota of liquefied gas for vehicles
Azerbaijan, Baku, Oct.12 / Trend A. Yusifzade /
Iran determined daily quota of liquefied gas for vehicles in the amount of 45 liters per day, the Mehr news agency quotes the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company CEO Farid Amiri.
According to him, payment for the liquefied gas will be made by the smart card at all gas stations.
"So far, there was no restriction on the sale of liquefied natural gas in Iran. But in the current situation, gas for vehicles will be sold on quotas," Amiri said.
According to the Iranian Government's forecasts, quotas will be completely ensure fuel vehicles that operate with gas.
Now the cost of one liter of liquefied natural gas is approximately 0,045 dollars.
Earlier, Iran's Deputy Oil Minister stated that one cubic meter of liquefied natural gas costs the state without deduction of tax about 0.45 dollars, and IS sold to the population at 0.045 dollars.
According to the National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company, before the introduction of quotas in the country vehicles daily consumed 12 million liters of liquefied natural gas per day.