Iran Marks Progress On Condensate Refinery
Iran’s Persian Gulf Star condensate refinery project at Bandar Abbas is two-thirds complete, according to an 11 March IRNA report. The refinery will comprise three 120,000 b/d capacity condensate splitter trains, the first of which is officially scheduled to be brought on-line in 2014. When completed, the plant will have capacity to produce 36mn liters/day (225,000 b/d) of gasoline.
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