Plant to Supply Power for 12 Petchem Units

Phase I of Damavand Petrochemical Utility Plant, officially launched this week, generates 648 megawatts of power to be fed to 12 petrochemical facilities operating in Phase II of Asaluyeh Petrochemical Hub, southern Iran.

Addressing a press conference on Monday, Mohammad Reza Samiei, managing director of the plant, said the complex is being built to provide utilities for 24 petrochemical projects in Phase II of Asaluyeh petrochemical hub.

Being developed in three phases, the plant will generate 2,000 megawatts of power, 400,000 cubic meters of industrial water, 450,000 cubic meters of oxygen for methanol units, 1,890 tons of steam and wastewater treatment for petrochemical plants.

Developed with an investment of €305 million, Phase I of Damavand Utility Plant supplies 648 megawatts of power and 780 tons of steam and is scheduled to officially come on-stream by Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.

(Source: Shana)

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