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NIOPDC Describes Iran Diesel Export to Iraqi Kurdistan

India, China, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Armenia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka also buy Iranian petroleum derivatives.

The National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company in Kurdestan Province has exported more than 42 million liters of diesel to Iraqi Kurdistan region over the past year, the head of the company said.

"Plans are underway to boost diesel export capacity by 1 million liters per day as Kurdestan Province is equipped with the necessary supply infrastructure," Fereydoun Yasemi was also quoted as saying by IRNA on Saturday.

Pointing to the excellent quality of the fuel, Yasemi said, "Neither NIOPDC nor border dwellers have problems in selling diesel, as there's a large market for the product."

India, China, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Armenia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka also buy Iranian petroleum derivatives.

According to the official, each household in the province is entitled to buy up to 1,500 liters of diesel per day that is why smuggling-related issues are not a matter of serious concern.

"To facilitate diesel export from Sanandaj in the western Kurdestan Province, three loading lines have been added to the oil storage facility," Yasemi said, adding that adopting such measures can help fight fuel smuggling in the region more effectively.

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NIOPDC Describes Iran Diesel Export to Iraqi Kurdistan

India, China, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Armenia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka also buy Iranian petroleum derivatives.
Parvin Faghfouri Azar
The National Iranian Oil Products Distribution Company in Kurdestan Province has exported more than 42 million liters of diesel to Iraqi Kurdistan region over the past year, the head of the company said."Plans are underway to boost diesel export capacity by 1 million liters per day as Kurdestan Province is equipped with the necessary supply infrastructure," Fereydoun Yasemi was also quoted as saying by IRNA on Saturday.Pointing to the excellent quality of the fuel, Yasemi said, "Neither NIOPDC nor border dwellers have problems in selling diesel, as there's a large market for the product."India, China, the Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic, Armenia, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Sri Lanka also buy Iranian petroleum derivatives.According to the official, each household in the province is entitled to buy up to 1,500 liters of diesel per day that is why smuggling-related issues are not a matter of serious concern."To facilitate diesel export from Sanandaj in the western Kurdestan Province, three loading lines have been added to the oil storage facility," Yasemi said, adding that adopting such measures can help fight fuel smuggling in the region more effectively.
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