Iran able to export 10m liters of naphtha next year
Azerbaijan, Baku, Feb. 13/ Trend F.Milad/
Iran can export up to 10 million liters of naphtha per day next year, which starts on March 20, the deputy oil minister said.
Shana news quoted Alireza Zeighami as saying that by implementing gasoline production plans in domestic refineries, the country will be able to produce 70 million liters of gasoline and export 10 million liters of naphtha per day.
Last year, Iran exported 1 million tons of naphtha, he added.
Zeighami said earlier this month that Iran's gasoline production will rise next year by 18 million liters, or about 118,000 barrels, per day.
The increase in output is expected after completing development projects at seven refineries, Zeighami said.