Tehran (IP) - Iranian Oil Minister talks about the solutions to energy problems in some parts of the country.

Iran PressIran News:  On the sidelines of the cabinet session on Wednesday, January 25, 2023, Javad Owji referred to gas cuts in the northern part of Iran from such countries as Turkmenistan and said that the challenge was handled with the management of internal energy resources. 

Owji also told reporters about his trip to the southeastern province, Sistan and Baluchestan, to address the fuel energy in the province. 

He talked about the energy projects in the province, including the addition of CNG stations and 56 fuel tankers to the relevant fleet, and the laying of a 320 km pipeline from Kerman province to Zahedan of Sistan and Baluchestan.

He added that the government provided free equipment to those who wanted to set up the very gas stations.

The oil minister said that when the current administration took power the gas pipelines in the southeastern province covered 18 percent of the region and now it reached to over 80 percent. 

Still, he recommended people manage their gas consumption, noting that those who had moderated consumption would not have an increase in gas price. 


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