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Pars Petrochemical aims to restart styrene plant this month
Pars Petrochemical (Assaluyeh, Iran) plans to restart its styrene plant at Assaluyeh on 24–25 May after it was unexpectedly shut down due to a undisclosed mechanical fault, a company source says. The styrene plant, which has a design capacity of 600,000...

Iran confirms Indian interest in building urea plant
Mohammad Hassan Peyvandi, deputy managing director of the National Petrochemical Co., (NPC; Tehran), has told reporters that Indian companies have proposed building an ammonia-urea manufacturing complex in Iran. “Instead of importing natural gas and...

NPC aims to start up second Kavian cracker by September - report
National Petrochemical Company (NPC; Tehran) expects to start up a second 1 million m.t./year ethylene plant at the Kavian petrochemical complex in Assaluyeh, Iran, by September, according to a local news report....

Iran likely to attract investors when nuclear deal is clinched
Iran is keen to assist foreign companies to invest in the country’s oil and petrochemicals sectors once the final nuclear deal is clinched between Iran and P 5+1 group of countries, Abbas She’ri Moqaddam, managing director of National...

India revives plans for ammonia-urea joint venture in Iran
India has revived plans to build an ammonia-urea complex in Iran.  Hansraj Gangaram Ahir, junior chemicals and fertilizers minister told Lok Sabha, India’s lower house of parliament on Tuesday that the plant will have a capacity of 1.3 million...

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