Abadan, Iran

What is Abadan, Iran known for?


title modern

location Cambridge, UK ref harv * *


people quot

) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abadan (Abadan, Iran), Iran. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Sanat Naft F.C.. The stadium holds 25,000 people.


year people

the governorship of ''Hajjaj'' in the Ummayad period. In the subsequent centuries, the Persian version of the name had begun to come into general use before it was adopted by official decree in 1935. Population class "wikitable" + Population ! year!! people - 1910 400 - 1956 220,000 - 1980 300,000 - 1986


title extreme

publisher Oxford University Press location Oxford, UK isbn 978-0-19-932226-8 ref harv * ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abadan (Abadan, Iran), Iran. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Sanat Naft F.C.. The stadium holds 25,000 people.


refineries

2013 p 309 In 1993, the refinery began limited operation & and the port reopened. By 1997, the refinery reached the same rate of production it was at before the war. Recently, Abandan has been the site of major labor activity as workers at the oil refineries in the city have staged walkouts and strikes to protest non-payment of wages and the political situation in the country. Recent events To honor the 100th anniversary

Products.jpg right thumb Iran's refining capacity (National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company) (2007-2013 est.) Major refineries (National Iranian Oil Refining and Distribution Company) located at Abadan (Abadan, Iran) (site of the country's first refinery), Kermanshah, and Tehran failed to meet domestic demand for gasoline in 2009. Iran's refining industry requires $15 billion in investment over the period 2007–2012 to become self-sufficient and end imports. http

: www.payvand.com news 07 feb 1215.html Iran's oil refining industry needs dlrs 15b investment: Oil Minister . IRNA, February 17, 2007. Retrieved October 16, 2008. Pipelines move oil from the fields to the refineries (oil refinery) and to such exporting ports as Abadan, Bandar-e Mashur, and Kharg Island. Since 1997, Iran's state-owned oil and gas industry (Petroleum industry in Iran) has entered into major exploration and production agreements with Petroleum industry in Iran


international oil

nationalized all oil properties and refining ground to a stop on the island. Rioting broke out in Abadan, after the government had decided to nationalize the oil facilities, and 3 British workers were killed. ) is a multi-purpose stadium in Abadan (Abadan, Iran), Iran. It is currently used mostly for football (football (soccer)) matches and is the home stadium of Sanat Naft F.C.. The stadium holds 25,000 people.


industry title

2014 archiveurl http: www.webcitation.org 6RcUq1Wgn ref harv *


series year

York, NY lccn 00-027927 title Abadan ref harv * *


extremely hot

'') and similar to Baghdad's (Baghdad), but slightly hotter due to Abadan's lower latitude. Summers are dry and extremely hot, with temperatures above 45 degrees almost daily. Winters are mildly wet and spring-like, though subject to cold spells. Winter temperatures are around 16–20 degrees. The world's highest unconfirmed temperature (Hottest place on Earth) was a temperature flare up during a heat burst in June 1967, with a temperature of .


major oil

oilbbl d abbr on , Assaluyeh (Asalouyeh#Pars-Port Complex) ***''Major Oil Gas Ports:'' Kharg Island, Lavan Island, Sirri Island, Ras Bahregan.<

Abadan, Iran

'''Abadan''' ( near the Iraqi-Iran border.'''

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