Iran's September condensates exports top $1bn
- Iran: Tuesday, October 30 - 2012 at 02:45
Head of customs in Iran's Pars Special Zone has said exports of condensates in the last month amounted to more than $1bn, softening the blow of Western sanctions on the country's crude oil sales, Reuters has reported. "(Between September 22 and October 21) $1.067bn worth of gas condensates of South Pars were exported out of the country through the Pars Ports Complex," said Ahmad Pourheydar. "This amount of gas condensates was transported to various countries in nine shipments at a weight of more than 1.3 million tonnes."
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