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Iran's NPC expands feedstock capacity at Bandar Imam complex, report says

5:19 AM MST | January 22, 2013 | Francinia Protti-Alvarez

Additional production of petrochemical feedstock for National Petrochemical Co.'s (NPC; Tehran) Bandar Imam, Iran, petrochemical complex began two weeks ago, Fars News Agency reports. The new plant, which has yet to be officially inaugurated, will produce 100,000 bbl/day of natural gas liquids (NGL). The project has expanded NGL fractioning capacity at Bandar Imam from 120,000 bbl/day to 220,000 bbl/day of NGL, the report says. “Even though primary cost of the project had been estimated at $260 million plus 650 billion Iranian rials ($52 million), it...

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