(Persia Digest) – The CEO of Tabriz Refinery announced: “A cooperation agreement to form a consortium with one German and one Iranian company for the recycling of sulfur byproduct gases has been signed.”

Gholamreza Bagheri-Disaj stated: “The agreement is valid for 24 months and has a USD 12MM financing in line with protecting the environment.”

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Bagheri-Disaj said the gas byproduct recycling unit capacity is in proportion to the capacity with the sulfur factory, and said: “This project aims to increase sulfur recycling efficiency and increase sulfur extraction capabilities.”

Persia Digest reports that ordinary and euro 4 standard petrol, liquid gas, gas oil, fuel oil, Kerosene, Benzene, sulfur, and bitumen will be the refinery’s main products.

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