Iran – Zanganeh: Tehran to export gasoline in 2016

Iran – Zanganeh: Tehran to export gasoline in 2016

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According to Iran's oil minister, the country will no longer need gasoline imports when the refinery in the Persian Gulf becomes operational

Iran’s oil minister, Bijan Namdar Zanganeh, has announced that Iran will no longer need gasoline imports in 2016, when the refinery under construction in the Persian Gulf becomes operational. Zanganeh explained that the country will become a major exporter of gasoline and diesel once the refinery in the Gulf enters into operation. Tehran will launch the first phase of the site by May 2016 to become self-sufficient in gasoline production.