Official: Jask Oil Terminal Assures Constant Oil Shipments
03.06.2023 By - NEWS

March 6, 2023 [MENAFN] – The chief of the Iran Oil Terminals Company (IOTC) has asserted that Jask Oil Terminal, as a national and strategic venture under the organization of IOTC in the Sea of Oman, promises the continuation of crude oil shipment, decentralization in the sector of oil shipments, and raised bargaining power and job establishment.


In line with IOTC, Abbas Gharibi took a trip to the Jask Oil Terminal accompanied by a group of managers to check the status of the venture.

Throughout this trip, he stated that “IOTC operates as a specialized and professional company in the fields of receiving, storing, measuring, exporting and importing crude oil, gas condensates, and marine services.”

“This company, with its operational capacity, experience, and expertise of its professional staff, is able to carry out berthing and separation operations of huge oil tankers throughout the Persian Gulf and the Oman Sea in order to export Iran’s crude oil and gas condensate based on the policies instructed by NIOC,” the IOTC chief assured

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