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Shell stops gasoline sales to Iran-trade


DUBAI March 10 (Reuters) – Oil major Royal Dutch Shell (RDSa.L) has stopped gasoline sales to Iran, oil traders said on Wednesday, the latest addition to a growing list of firms that have halted supplies under threat of future U.S. sanctions.

The Anglo-Dutch oil firm will join the likes of BP (BP.L), Reliance Industries (RELI.BO), and independent Swiss trader Glencore, among suppliers that have either stopped fuel sales to Iran or have made a decision not to enter into new trading agreements with the world’s fifth largest oil exporter.

“Shell has stopped selling gasoline to Iran, we have not seen them there for a while now,” a gasoline trader said.

Shell declined to comment.

(Reporting by Luke Pachymuthu; editing by Keiron Henderson)


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