Iran oil products import via Caspian Sea falls by 75%
Baku, Azerbaijan, Aug. 24
By Fatih Karimov – Trend:
Iran has imported 13,079 tons of oil products through its northern ports in Anzali, Neka, Fereydounkanar and Amirabad in a period of July 22-Aug. 22, Ports and Maritime Organization of Iran reported.
Comparing to the same time last year, the figure has dropped by 75 percent in Anzali, by 42 percent in Amirabad and by 100 percent in Neka and Fereydounkanar.
Total amount of the products loaded and unloaded at Iranian ports in Caspian Sea decreased by 27 percent over the last Iranian calendar month (ended Aug. 22) compared to the same period of last year.
The total amount of oil products loaded and unloaded at Iranian northern ports in the mentioned period has decreased by 75 percent year-on-year.
Over 399,517 tons of oil and non-oil products were loaded and unloaded at four Iranian ports in Caspian sea, indicating a fall by 27 percent year-on-year.
In the mentioned period, 91,874 tons of oil and non-oil products were loaded at the country’s northern ports.
Iran also unloaded 307,644 tons of oil and non-oil products at its ports in The Caspian Sea over the one-month period.