World Bulletin / News Desk
For the first time after the removal of international sanctions on Tehran, a Japanese tanker is scheduled to load oil at Iran’s Kharg oil terminal on Jan. 26.
A report by Mehr news agency has also stated that the Chinese tankers are also expected to resume carrying Iran’s oil shipments beginnng January 26 after Japanese vessels.
At this point in time, a number of Japanese refineries have extended their contracts with Iran and they are expected to increase the volume of their imports in April, IRNA said.
Currently Iran exports about 110,000 barrels of oil per day to Japan which is expected to exceed 250,000 barrels with the removal of international sanctions.
According to the Japanese sources, despite the removal of sanctions on Tehran, the Japanese insurers will continue to provide services to the compatriot tankers that carry Iran’sLast Mod: 25 Ocak 2016, 10:05