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Iran plans to export more fuel to Afghanistan and Iraq

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Iran plans to export more fuel to Afghanistan and Iraq

fuelIran plans to supply more fuel to Afghanistan and Iraq in an attempt to boost its export revenues.

Managing Director of National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company (NIOPDC), Mostafa Kashkouli, said Iran expected a significant boost in its volume of liquid fuel, would be available for export to neighboring countries, after seeing an enhancement of 100mn cubic meters a day in natural gas production in new phases of South Pars gas field

Located in the Persian Gulf, the South Pars gas field is divided into 28 phases and is estimated to hold 14 trillion cubic meters of gas as well as 18bn barrels of condensates.

Iran has already finalized a deal for gas oil delivery to Afghanistan and is assessing the conditions for exporting liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) to Afghanistan and Iraq.

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