Iran invests heavily in natural gas cars [cardvd-player.net]

A report in the Financial Times says that in Iran, in 2006, 1,500 cars were biofuels – those that can run on petrol and natural gas. In just seven years, the number rose to 2.95 million euros. To serve them, where before there were only 60 stations are now 2,500. The transition to an alternative fuel has well-publicized cases, including oil and financial sanctions against Iran issued to its nuclear research programs.
The sanctions have reduced government revenue – says a recent report from government revenue fell by 45 percent in the past nine months due to reduced oil exports, the Iranian government has been refuted – as well as the value of the local currency, the rial, which makes it more expensive to purchase gasoline. The FT article quoted Iranian saying that while 20 liters of fuel cost for $ 10.80, filled the tank twice a day with natural gas only cost a total of $ 6.50.
The shift to natural gas is not exactly new, with a program put in place a decade ago to enhance their use. Five years ago, the program has been given an additional $ 3 billion to accelerate the transition, the same year that a new round of sanctions was adopted by the United Nations. The transition from the use of gasoline helps keep consumption low, the removal of an actual emergency gasoline – Iran has huge reserves of oil and natural gas, but need to keep gasoline demand in line with its internal processing capacity as sanctions also affect the import of gasoline.
With Iran apparently agreed to pay penalties and potential further, the FT piece discovers natural gas will continue to play an important role in the Iranian economy. What could you expect, even if sanctions were to go away: move the Iranian fuel means that the country of 80 million cars now has more natural gas-powered than any other country in the world, surpassing the natural gas and population Brazil’s output power India.

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