Gorgan International Airport will start operating two new flights to three new destinations, namely Rasht, Tabriz and Aktau in Kazakhstan, in the new Iranian year (starting March 21), the director general of Golestan Airports Company announced.
According to Ramin Azari, the first flight will be from Gorgan to Rasht before it heads for Tabriz, the Ministry of Roads and Urban Development’s news service reported.
Referring to the other flight that would be launched in the new Iranian year, he said Gorgan-Aktau is highly important because it could also connect Gorgan to Moscow and link Iran's northern cities to Russia.
Gorgan Airport, located in the city of Gorgan in Golestan Province, currently operates 72 flights per week to Mashhad, Tehran, Kish, Zahedan and Bandar Abbas.
The United States is increasing its oil imports from Russia, according to a Bloomberg source, as US refineries clamor for more oil now that refineries oil supplies have dried up.
From easing the limits to ending the extreme throttling-back that has seen some countries exceed original cutback targets, Russia sees a range of options that would allow OPEC+ to continue output cooperation until the yearend.
Amonth before OPEC and allies are set to discuss the future of their production cut deal, the leader of the non-OPEC group, Russia, appears to have finally fallen in line with its share of the cuts, producing below its OPEC+ quota for the month of May.
France’s Total has halted some of the units at its 230,000-barrel-per-day Leuna refinery in Germany to conduct technical checks after contaminated Russian crude oil was found to have flown via an oil pipeline from Russia to European customers.
Russia’s crude oil production averaged 11.16 million bpd in the first twelve days of May, Oil Price reported on Tuesday, citing two industry sources, which means that Moscow is finally within its cap under the OPEC+ deal.
OPEC said on Tuesday that world demand for its oil would be higher than expected this year as supply growth from rivals including US shale producers slows, pointing to a tighter market if the exporter group refrains from raising output.