Iran gasoline imports drop 20% in May

05 May 2010

Iran gasoline imports in May were expected to drop by about 20% against the previous month, as top independent traders and international oil firms cease sales to the Islamic republic, Reuters has reported, citing industry sources. Iran was expected to import around 102,300 barrels per day (bpd) of gasoline from the spot market this month, according to traders.

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