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Iran to Build Two Huge Methanol Plants

7:47 AM MDT | March 23, 2009

Haldor Topsoe says it will provide process technology and other services for two world-scale methanol plants to be built at Assaluyeh, Iran for start up in 2013. Marjan Petrochemical Co. (Tehran), a private-sector company, will build a 1.6-million m.t./year plant, and Kimiaye Pars (Tehran), also a private-sector firm, is planning an identical unit. National Petrochemical Co. (Tehran) will have a stake in each of the units. Haldor Topsoe says it will provide technology, basic engineering design, catalysts, and technical support services. Marjan and Kimiaye Pars...

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