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New propylene plant to come on stream in Iran by 2017
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A new petrochemical complex for production of propylene will come on stream by March 2017 in Iran’s Mahshahr Petrochemical Special Economic Zone, the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) has announced, reports Tasnim News Agency.
 
The construction for the Salman-e-Farsi petrochemical complex in Iran’s southwestern city of Mahshahr started in 2010, and it will have an annual capacity to produce 450,000 tons of propylene when the plant comes on stream by March 2017, according to the report.
 
Iran has capacity to produce about 60 million tons of petrochemicals per year, but only 68 percent of this capacity has been tapped so far, according Abbas Sheri-Moqaddam, Deputy Minister for Petrochemical Affairs.
 
Iran has the world’s largest natural gas reserves and the third-largest proven oil reserves. The country is now aiming to become the biggest petrochemical producer in the Middle East region, and it has significantly expanded the range and volume of its petrochemical production over the past few years.
 
Earlier this month, Vice President Es'haq Jahangiri said the Government of Iran considers investment in the petrochemical sector a top priority and hence it would fully support both local and foreign investment in the sector.
 
Terming Iran as one of the world’s safest areas for petrochemical investment, the Vice President said the Government would provide incentives like land ownership/preparation, provision of facilities, tax exemptions, customs, insurance assistance, etc., for petrochemical firms investing in the country.
 

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