Pars special zone’s gas condensate exports rise

Director General of the zone’s customs department, Ahmad Pourheidar, said despite the US’ withdrawal from Iran nuclear deal in May, accompanied by pressure and threats to prevent its sale of Iranian oil and gas condensate, PSEEZ’s condensate exports during the past month increased 9% and 15% in terms of volume and value in comparison with the corresponding period of last year. PSEEZ, located along the coasts of the Persian Gulf and some 570 kilometers west of the port city of Bandar Abbas, is one of the major petrochemical hubs of the country.