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600-Km Pipeline to Replace Roadways for Oil Transport


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A pipeline is being laid from Bandar Abbas in Hormozgan Province to Shiraz in Fars Province to boost delivery of petroleum products via pipelines instead of roadways, an official said.
Enayatollah Rahimi, governor of Fars Province, said the 600-km pipeline is expected to be completed by the end of the year. It will transfer 7.5 million liters of oil derivatives a day from southern regions (Khuzestan and Hormozgan) to Fars, IRNA reported.
“Close to 12 million liters of petroleum products including mazut, diesel, gasoline, jet fuel and kerosene are used in the province daily, 40% of which is produced in Shiraz Refinery and the rest is delivered from other parts of the country via 300 fuel tankers traversing long distances.”


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