Crude oil trade Resumed in Energy Exchange
Crude oil trade Resumed in Energy Exchange
Crude oil trade Resumed in Energy Exchange

Trade of crude oil which was halted due to periodical overhaul operations in Tabriz refinery is now resumed after two weeks of intense technical works.

According to SENA news agency, in the first working day after reintroduction of crude oil to the energy market, more than 2920 barrels were traded in Iran Energy Exchange (IRENEX).

Energy Exchange officials have assured the costumers that trading conditions have not altered and they remain as they were before the halt took effect.

Babak Bagheri, Head of Supervision Bureau of IRENEX told the press that, the imposed halt in offering of crude oil had been induced because of periodical overhaul conducted in Tabriz refinery, one of the biggest facilities of its own kind all across the country.

"Customers of Iran's crude oil now can rest assured that the steady flow of crude oil is guaranteed in Energy Exchange to supply effectively industrial demands", Bagheri uttered.

   2014/7/14 16:51

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