Iran gasoline consumption surpass 70 million liters per day
Baku, Azerbaijan, Feb. 18
By Rahim Zamanov - Trend:
Iran's average gasoline consumption stood at 70.3 million liters per day in the two-week period to Feb. 14, Iran's IRNA News Agency reported on Feb. 18.
Totally some 508 million liters of gasoline was consumed in Iran during the week to Feb. 14, while some 476 million liters was consumed in the week to Feb. 7.
Feb. 10 with 80 million liters, and Feb. 14 with 60.6 million liters respectively recorded the highest and lowest rate of gasoline consumption in the mentioned period.
The managing director of National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC), Mostafa Kashkouli, said on January 10 that the country's gasoline consumption has faced a 7.6 percent increase compared to the previous year, the ISNA News Agency reported.
"Iran's average gasoline consumption currently stands at 68 million liters per day," he said.
"We are currently storing enough gasoline to meet the country's demands in the New Year holidays and the next summer," Kashkouli explained.
Over 6.534 billion liters of gasoline was consumed in Iran during the summer this year.
The figure is 500 million liters more than the same period of time in the previous year, the IRNA News Agency reported.
Iran's average gasoline consumption stood at 68.5 and 68.2 million liters per day in the first and second months of summer, respectively.
The figure reached 74 million liters in the third month of summer.
Iran's average gasoline consumption stood at around 71.6 million liters per day in the previous Iranian calendar year, the ISNA News Agency reported.
It is while according to the Deputy Oil Minister Alireza Zeyqami Iran's average gasoline consumption stands at around 63.5 million liters per day.
Edited by C.N.