South Pars Supplies Products to 22 Countries

Source: Shana 1/26/2015, Location: Asia

South Pars gas field exports products to 22 countries, chief customs officer of Pars Special Economic Energy Zone said.

Khodadar Rahimi said China, Japan, Ukraine, Russia, United Arab Emirates, India, Turkey, Iraq, Taiwan, Thailand, Malaysia, Armenia, Mozambique, Egypt, Qatar, Tanzania, Philippines, Kenya, Azerbaijan, Georgia, South Korea and Mexico are among destinations.

He said that international sanctions have not had any impact on South Pars’ exports to European and American countries.

South Pars exported 892,000 tons of gas condensate worth $807 million dollars in one month.

Gas condensate accounted for half of the products exported from South Pars.

Pars Special Economic Energy Zone is located in the Persian Gulf and is 105 kilometers away from the massive South Pars gas field.




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