The ceremony, attended by Morteza Shahmirzaei, Deputy Minister of
Petroleum, and Sepahdar Ansari Nik, CEO of the Bandar Imam Petrochemical
Company, marked the commencement of the construction of a Chlor-Alkali unit
with a capacity of 300 thousand tons and a Caustic Soda unit with a capacity of
Construction of these units, which is expected to span 32 months, is
poised to expedite the completion of the value chain in this petrochemical
complex. Upon completion, the final products from these units will be utilized
as feedstock in the PVC units, slated for construction in the near future.
The addition of the Chlor-Alkali and Caustic Soda units is set to
increase the production capacity of Bandar Imam Petrochemical Company,
contributing significantly to the development of the petrochemical sector and fostering
Inauguration of Petchem Museum at Bandar Imam
Simultaneously, in conjunction with the commemoration of the 50th
anniversary of Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex, a Petrochemical Museum was
officially inaugurated today. The opening ceremony was graced by the presence
of Deputy Minister of Petroleum Morteza Shahmirzaei and the CEO of the Bandar
Imam Petrochemical Company.
The establishment of the Petrochemical Museum stands as a testament to
the rich history and achievements of Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex over the
past five decades.
It serves as a platform to showcase the evolution and advancements in
the petrochemical industry, providing valuable insights into its contributions
to the national economy and industrial landscape.