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Minister: Iran oil earnings to double post-sanctions
Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance Ali Tayyebnia said Iran can increase crude oil export by one million barrels per day once the sanctions are removed.
"After raising oil export by one million barrels, Iran's oil revenues will double," he said, adding despite of dependency on oil revenues, Iran has proved successful in managing the negative effects of the unprecedented sanctions, Shana reported.
He said the government had anticipated repercussions of declining oil prices last year and it success in the nuclear negotiations was due to its achievements in the economic field and coordination between politics with economics.
Earlier, deputy oil minister for planning and monitoring of hydrocarbon resources said Iran will win back its quota in the global oil markets by doubling the current output to two million barrels per day within six months after the sanctions are lifted.
"Iran's crude oil has its buyers. As soon as the sanctions are withdrawn, we will not wait and will do our utmost to boost export," said Mansour Moazami.
"It is our estimate to increase the export by 500,000 barrels per day within the shortest possible time after the removal of sanctions, and to further raise it to another 500,000 barrels within six months," he added.
Moazami, who is also head of energy committee of Tehran Chamber of Commerce, said Iran is pushing to regain its quota of 14.2 percent within OPEC and later to increase it in the global market.
Iran was OPEC's second-biggest producer before US-led sanctions banned its customers from purchasing, transporting, financing and insuring of its crude in mid 2012.
Iran's output can increase by 500,000 barrels a day within a week after sanctions end and by one million barrels a day within a month following that, Oil Minister Bijan Namdar Zanganeh said in a televised interview last month.


دسته بندی: مکالمه آزاد | تاريخ انتشار : 1395/02/06 14:03 | بازدید : 940

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