Iran: If fuel sanctions are imposed, we'll produce our own gasoline

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November 18, 2009 15:07

Iranian Oil Minister Masoud Mir-Kazemi announced on Wednesday that his country's petrochemical plants would be capable of producing 14 million liters of gasoline daily in the event of fuel sanctions, according to a Press TV report. Gasoline production in such plants is costly compared to the imported gasoline on which a percentage of Iran's domestic consumption currently relies, the oil minister was quoted as saying.

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