Tehran (IP) - The Iranian Minister of Petroleum announced smashing the record of Iran's export of crude oil, gas condensate, and petrochemicals in the month of Aban in the Persian calendar (October 23-November 21) since at least 2018.

Iran PressIran News: Speaking on Tuesday, Javad Owji said: “Since the beginning of the Raisi administration, the country has faced problems such as winter fuel supply, lack of liquid fuel in power plants, failure to carry out major repairs in some oil and gas refineries, and the intensification of international sanctions, and most importantly, the export of oil, gas condensate, and petrochemical products. Fortunately, we were able to overcome these problems."

The Petroleum minister also referred to energy diplomacy and stated that Iran did not have good relations with most of the neighboring countries before the Raisi administration added: "Today, we see that trade with some neighboring countries has increased three to four times."

He also said that Iran uses extraterritorial refineries in some countries.


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