Iran’s day-to-day refining volume surpasses 2.2M barrels
(MENAFN) The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), in its Yearly Statistical Bulletin this year, has put Iran’s day-to-day refining volume last year at 2.202 million barrels, signifying 1,000 barrels per day (bpd) rise in comparison to the year before.
Iran's refining volume has surged by over 480,000 bpd from 2011 to 2021, in line with OPEC's Yearly Statistical Bulletin. Iran's refining volume in 2011 was presented to be 1.715 million bpd.
Regardless of all the external struggles like the COVID-19 epidemic as well as the U.S. restrictions, the Iranian oil and gas area has been rising at a quick pace and the nation is passing new marks in this industry on daily basis.
Numerous sectors of Iran’s oil and gas industry such as exploration, production, processing, in addition to distribution are all between the world’s top charts and the nation is taking new steps to grow the industry even more.
Between several areas of this industry, refining is a main one being extremely paid care for development.
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