Sales of Iran’s Jam Petrochemical Company increase
BAKU, Azerbaijan, Dec. 11
By Elnur Baghishov - Trend:
During the first eight months (March 21-Nov. 21) of this Iranian year (began March 21, 2019), the sales of Iran’s Jam Petrochemical Company in the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone in the Bushehr province increased by 64 percent compared to the same period last year, Trend reports referring to the company’s website.
The sales of the company amounted to 90.4 trillion rials (approximately $2.1 billion) for the reporting period.
In the eighth month (Oct. 23 – Nov. 21), the company’s sales increased by 10 percent compared to the same month last year, and amounted to 10.5 trillion rials (about $251 million).
The company noted that 42,137 tons of ethylene, 26,975 tons of propylene, 21,142 tons of heavy polyethylene and 20,523 tons of light polyethylene were sold in the eighth month.
The company added that 1,023 tons of pyrolysis diesel fuel and the same volume of fuel oil were sold during the reporting period.
Though butylene wasn’t produced in the eighth month, 653 tons of reserves of this product were sold, according to the report.
“Heavy polyethylene sales reached 2.1 trillion rials (about $50 million), at 99.5 million rials (about $2,360) per ton,” the company said.
Light polyethylene sales reached 1.8 trillion rials (about $43.8 million), at 89.6 million rials (about $2,130) per ton.
The company produced 25,123 tons of propylene pallets in the eighth month. The company sold 17,172 tons of propylene pallets during the reporting period.
The sales of propylene pallets stood at 1.7 trillion rials (approximately $42.8 million), at 103.6 million rials per ton (approximately $2,460).