0655 GMT October 22, 2019
Ahmad Pourheidar, the director of Pars Special Economic and Energy Zone (PSEEZ), added in this duration, nonoil exports from South Pars customs office also showed a two-percent increase in terms of value, IRNA reported.
He said that the rise in nonoil exports from the zone came despite the tough unilateral US sanctions on Iran, reimposed following Washington’s withdrawal from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in May 2018.
During the one-month period, 1.57 million tons of nonoil commodities valued at $706.5 million were exported from South Pars customs office, the official said.
South Pars zone, which is regarded as Iran’s hub for energy and gas, is the country’s main center for exporting gas condensates.