Iran's South Pars non-oil exports increase by 23 percent
Tehran, Iran, July 10
Despite the US sanctions against Iran, the volume of non-oil products exports through South Pars customs has increased 23 percent during the three months of current Iranian year (started March 21, 2019) and 2 percent from May 22 to June 22, Trend reports citing IRNA.
The Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ), has produced and exported total of 1.570 million tons of non-oil goods valued at $706.5 million, said Director General of PSEEZ Customs Department Ahmad Pourheydar.
Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) is considered as Iran's biggest energy pole due to its non-oil and petrochemicals products and gas condensates.
It was established in 1998 for the utilization of South Pars oil and gas resources and encouraging commercial activities in the field of oil, gas and petrochemical industries.
The zone is located on the Persian Gulf coast 300 km. east of the port of Bushehr, 570 km west of the port of Bandar Abbas and approximately 100 km away from the South Pars Gas Field (continuation of the Qatar’s Northern Dome).