Iran's oil terminal have capacity of 7 mm bpd

Mar 25, 1997 01:00 AM

Mar. 5, 1997 Iran's oil terminals have a capacity to supply 7 mm bpd of oil to world markets, Mohammad Souri, chairman of the state-owned National Iranian Tanker Company (NITC) recently said.
Iran currently produces 3.7 mm bpd of crude and is the world's third largest oil exporter at 2.5 mm bpd. NITC's current fleet stands at 11 Very Large or Ultra Large Crude Carriers and 9 product carriers, Souri said.

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