Iran And Pakistan Sign Deal To Build Oil Refinery
Iran and Pakistan have signed a preliminary agreement for the construction of a 400,000 b/d capacity refinery at the Pakistani port of Gwadar. IRNA reported on 22 February that Islamabad and Tehran have “reached an agreement according to which Iran will help Pakistan construct an oil refinery.” Iran has promised to supply crude oil to the plant. Iran’s Minister of Petroleum Rostam Qasemi said...
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