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Iran’s reliance on gasoline imports soon to end

Iran will no longer need to import gasoline in the coming year, Iran's National Oil Refining and Petroleum Products Distribution Company announced on Wednesday November 26. » read more

Clean gasoline called cause of better air quality

The head of Iran’s Department of the Environment, Massoumeh Ebtekar, says the distribution of clean gasoline has resolved the critical air pollution problems in four of the country’s large cities. » read more

Former minister summoned over “unhealthy gasoline”

Former oil minister Massoud MirKazemi has been summoned to court after a suit was filed against him for ordering the production of “unhealthy gasoline.” » read more

Tehran’s improved air quality linked to better gasoline

Yousef Rashidi, the head of the Air and Climate Division of Iran's Department of Environmental Protection, reported that in an unprecedented trend, Tehran’s air quality has not reached unhealthy levels in the past two months. » read more

Iran’s petrochemical gasoline linked to cancer

Iran’s Department of the Environment has published a report confirming gasoline produced at petrochemical refineries “causes cancer.” » read more

Gasoline consumption hits new heights in Iran

Official Iranian sources say the latest 15-day statistics report indicates that gasoline consumption has risen to 100 million litres per day. » read more

Rising gasoline imports let Iran stop production of dirty fuel

The National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company reports that Iran has tripled its gasoline imports. » read more

Iran moves to stop use of dirty, substandard gasoline

Iran’s Oil Minister announced on Tuesday February 25 that the gasoline produced in petrochemical facilities is not up to standard and carries contaminants and will no longer be distributed in Tehran. » read more

Iran moves to stop use of dirty, substandard gasoline

Iran’s Oil Minister announced on Tuesday February 25 that the gasoline produced in petrochemical facilities is not up to standard and carries contaminants and will no longer be distributed in Tehran. » read more

President warns big increase in gas price on the way

The Iranian president has warned of a sharp rise in the price of gasoline in a meeting between cabinet and Parliament. » read more