Tag Archives | Assaluyeh

Iran to Launch 2 Petrochem Plants in H1

Iran is to witness inauguration of two petrochemical projects in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year which began on March 21, a petrochemical official said. According to the National Petrochemical Company (NPC), Ali Mohammad Bossaqzadeh said that Kaveh Methanol Plant would be one of the two projects which is currently undergoing its […]

Methanol Sales Deal with German Firm

Iran’s Marjan Petrochemical Company has clinched a contract with a major German firm over sales of methanol produced at a petrochemical plant which will come on stream soon, an official said. “Marjan is the first petrochemical company to have sealed a contract for sales of products with European companies,” Hassan Beigi, the managing director of […]

New PetChem Projects to Come Online in Assaluyeh

Head of the National Petrochemical Company of Iran (NPC) Marzieh Shahdaei has said seven new petrochemical projects will come on stream in Iran’s Pars Special Economic Energy Zone by the yearend. Seven petrochemical projects will become operational in the South Pars gas field in Assaluyeh on Iran’s Persian Gulf coast by the end of the […]

Fire breaks out at Mobin Petrochemical Plant

By John Lee. Reuters reports that a fire broke out on Wednesday at Mobin petrochemical refinery complex in the southern port of Assaluyeh. State media said that four people were injured, but that the fire is now under control and poses no threat to operations in the South Pars gas fields. It is the latest […]

PGHC to agree $7bn Petchem Deal

Iran’s Persian Gulf Holding Company (PGHC) is to sign a $7-billion deal with a prominent European company to develop a petrochemical project in Assaluyeh, south of Iran. Company head Adel Nejad Salim told Shana that PGHC has held very constructive talks with major petrochemical firms in Europe and Asia since removal of sanctions and the […]

German Chemical Firms First to Fund Projects in Iran

The head of Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) said two leading chemical companies from Germany have signaled their readiness to spend between 8 and 4 billion euros for development of petrochemical projects to make Germany the first post-sanctions partner of the sector in Iran. Abbas Shari-Moqaddam said the two firms are yet to finalize the […]