(Bloomberg) -- Iran’s oil minister urged people to reduce gas use as daily consumption hit a record high of 692 million cubic meters over the weekend, the ministry’s official newswire, Shana, reported.

Domestic, commercial and non-essential industries hit the peak figure on Friday, Shana said, citing Oil Minister Javad Owji who advised consumers to wear warmer clothes and switch off heaters when not at home. 

Turkey Warns of Factory Blackouts as Iran Shuts Down Gas Flows

©2022 Bloomberg L.P.