The document was signed on Monday, January 11, in the
presence of Rasoul Ashrafzadeh, CEO of Iranian Investment Group (Petrol), Iqbal
Abbasi, Governor of Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari, and Sajjad Rostami, Head of
Industry, Mine and Trade Organization.
Resin Urea Park includes 45 units in 6 zones with an investment
of Rls. 20,097 billion. The total capacity of the units is 115,000 tons, which
will create 2,860 direct and 5,200 indirect jobs.
19 downstream products including derivatives, chemical
fertilizers, plastics industry, plastics, pollution removal systems, etc. will
be produced in the park.
Resin Urea Park is defined as Lordegan Petrochemical
Development Plan to complete the value chain of melamine and urea production,
which will be implemented in cooperation with the private sector.
Development of downstream industries, completion of value
chain, creation of sustainable employment, prevention of import of some
products, outflow of currency, and production boom are other goals of construction
of downstream industrial parks.
Lordegan Petrochemical Plant was built to prevent sales of
crude oil and gas, create added value, eliminate deprivation in the region and
create sustainable employment. The plant is built with 1.75 million tons of
annual production capacity including 677,000 tons of ammonia and 1,075,000 tons
of urea and with €875 million of investment in Lordegan.