Iran gas condensate exports 53 percent increase
Azerbaijan , Baku, Sept. 26/Trend A. Qurbanova/
Iran 's export of gas condensate during the first six months of the current solar year, which began on March 20, 2011, increased by 53 percent, IRNA reported, quoting the Head of the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) Customs Department Ahmad Pourheydar as saying.
"Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) exported 7.186 million tons of gas condensates worth $4.5 billion, thus indicating a 53 percent increase of value and 35 percent in weight, as compared to last year," he said.
The Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) exported a total of 12.737 million tons of cargo, including heavy and light polyethylene, gas condensates, propane, butane, benzene and Paraxylene, valued at $9.7 billion during this time, he said.
The cargos are exported to China, Japan, UAE, India, Indonesia, Netherland, Belgium, Spain, Turkey, Romania, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam and Afghanistan.
Pars Special Economic Energy Zone has imported more than 181,000 tons of cargo, valued at $457.658 million, indicating an 80 percent increase in value.