Iran’s oil export to reach pre-sanctions level
Tehran. Iran’s ministry of petroleum released a report, in which announced that its oil export to the world countries has increased to a great extent after the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action. The export of crude oil to Asian states reached roughly 1.7 million barrels per day in August, which indicates an increase of %92 year-on year.
According to the report, Iran’s oil is mostly exported to the Asian countries, adding more than %60 percent of the country’s crude oil in being sent to those states, informs ISNA.
Bijan Zanganeh, Iran’s Petroleum Minister had said earlier that Iran’s oil production had already reached close to pre-sanctions levels, underlining that the country is currently producing about four million barrels of oil per day.