Iran’s gasoline consumption surpasses 82 million liters
Iran, Tehran, Feb. March 30
By Milad Fashtami - Trend:
Iran's average gasoline consumption in the ten-day period which started on March 18 stood at 82.4 million liters per day, Iran's Tasnim News Agency reported on March 30.
The figure shows a four percent increase compared to the same period of the previous year.
March 19 with 98.9 million liters recorded the highest rate of gasoline consumption in the mentioned period.
The country's gasoline consumption on the first day of the new year (March 21) also stood at 79 million liters.
Iran's Mehr News Agency reported on March 4 that some 24 billion liters of gasoline were consumed in Iran in the first eleven months of the previous calendar year.
The country's average gasoline consumption was around 68 million liters per day in the mentioned period.
Iran's average gasoline consumption stood at around 71.6 million liters per day in the Iranian calendar year of 1391 (which ended on March 20, 2013), the ISNA News Agency reported.