NEWS
Gas   Electricity  

Iran’s Daily Gas Export Rises by 45%

Iran is currently exporting 36.24 million cubic meters of gas on a daily basis, which marks a 45% rise in comparison with the figures of the last calendar year (March 21, 2017- March 20, 2018).

Iran’s Plan and Budget Organization announced in a report on Tuesday that the country has increased its daily export of gas from 25 million cubic meters to 36.24 million cubic meters in the current Iranian year (started on March 21, 2018).

The report added that Turkey was the sole importer of Iranian gas in the last year, but this year Iraq also started importing gas from Iran.

Also, earlier on December 18, Armenian Ambassador to Tehran Artashes Tumanyan said that his country is interested to import more gas from Iran.

Iran owns the world’s largest natural gas reserves after Russia, and is also Turkey’s second biggest gas supplier after Russia.

Iran’s natural gas is of crucial importance to Turkey as the energy-hungry country uses a significant portion of imported Iranian gas to generate electricity.

News No: 3134
Date: 2019/01/01 - 16:50
News Source: FARS News Agency

Gas Export  Turkey  Russia  natural gas  electricity 

Comments:

Leave a Comment:

   
   
   
 

Imports of Easy Open Aluminum Can Lids Hit $11m

About 1,882 tons of easy open aluminum can lids worth about $11 million were imported into Iran during the first half of the current Iranian year (March 21-Sept. 22), data released by the Islamic Republic of Iran Customs Administration show.
 

IMF Cuts 2019, 2020 Oil Price Forecast

The International Monetary Fund Monday cut its forecast for average oil prices to just below $60 per barrel in 2019 from close to $70 per barrel in its last World Economic Outlook in October on concerns about global economic growth.
 

US Could Soon Produce More Crude Than Saudis and Russians

America’s journey to pre-eminence in the global oil trade is about to hit another milestone. By the shale-oil boom, the US is already producing more crude than either Russia or Saudi Arabia, who until recently vied for the top spot. By mid-year America will go one better, Bloomberg reported.
 

Iran, Turkey to Further Ease Border Trade

Iranian and Turkish officials agreed to solve problems obstructing trade interactions across the common border of the two countries, and vowed to further strengthen cooperation and good neighborliness.
 

Opec says cuts needed to counter non-Opec supply growth

In its first monthly report since Opec and partners agreed a new supply restraint deal, the organisation said the deal was "essential" to maintaining market balance, given monetary policies that "could provide further support to ongoing increases in non-Opec supply."
 

India: Conventional Power Generation Rebounds in Dec'18

Indian power generation from conventional sources have recorded slight growth on the month after witnessing drastic fall in Nov'18, but the rate of output has remain almost flat m-o-m in Dec'18.
Upcoming Events
Publications
 Mines & Metals

Mine & Business Today

 Scrap & Recycling

Ahangan

Our partners