Iran's gas condensates exports up by 142% in 4 months
Tehran, July 28, IRNA – Managing Director of Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (PSEEZ) said that 7,922,214 tons of gas condensates worth $3,221,339,000 were exported from South Pars in four months which had 142% rise in weight and 94% growth in value.
On the latest conditions of South Pars products exports, Ahmad Pour Heidar told IRNA on Thursday that in the first four months of Iranian calendar year (beginning on March 20) 11,158,421 tons of non-oil products worth about $4,967,762,617 were exported which had 131% rise in weight and 74% rise in value.
He added that over 19,080,635 tons of products including gas condensates, light and heavy polyethylene, butane , propane , mono-ethylene glycol and di- ethylene glycol, 1,3-Butadiene, methanol, paraxylene, avrtvzaylyn, polypropylene, styrene monomer, heavy end, oil, ammonia gas, urea and raffinate worth over $8,189,101,000 have been exported which showed 136% rise in weight and 81% rise in value compared to previous year.
He noted that the products were exported to China, Japan, Emirates, Afghanistan, Azerbaijan, Turkey and India.
Iran's gas condensates production reached about 600,000 barrels per day by launching the new phase of South Pars oil and gas field