Launching First Phase of Jask Oil Terminal by March: Project official

TEHRAN ( Iran News ) – The first phase of Iran’s key oil terminal in Jask region on the Sea of Oman will become operational by March 2021, said a project contractor on Tuesday, as the country presses ahead with plans to allow crude exports outside the Strain of Hormuz in the Persian Gulf. According to Vahid Maleki, the planned roll-out at the end of the current Iranian calendar year for the Jask oil terminal would include a metering system, two 36-inch pipelines, marine manifold and a single point mooring (SPM) facility, Press TV reported. Iran began work on Jask oil terminal and a 1000-kilometer pipeline system connecting it to the Goureh region in southwestern province of Bushehr in late June