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The National Petrochemical Company (NPC), a subsidiary to the Iranian Petroleum Ministry, is owned by the government of the Islamic Republic of Iran. It is responsible for the development and operation of the country’s petrochemical sector. Founded in 1964, NPC began its activities by operating a small fertilizer plant. Today, NPC is the second largest producer and exporter of petrochemicals in the Middle East .Over these years, it has not only expanded the range and volume of its products, but it has also taken steps in areas such as Research and Technology to achieve more self-sufficiency.

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  • Iran Defers Methanol, Urea Projects
    TEHRAN Nov. 25 (Shana) – National Petrochemical Company (NPC) has decided to hold off a number of its methanol and urea petrochemical projects for financing given the country's excessive output of the items, a senior NPC official said.
  • Vice President Supports Petroleum Ministry’s Environment Friendly Measures
    TEHRAN, Nov. 24 (Shana) - Vice President of Iran and Head of Environmental Protection Organization Masumeh Ebtekar has endorsed measures taken by the Ministry of Petroleum to save environment during execution of its oil and gas projects.
  • West Ethylene Pipeline Breaks Record in Feedstock Supply
    TEHRAN, Nov. 17 (Shana) – West Ethylene Pipeline has set a new record in supplying feedstock to 8 petrochemical plants along its way, a petrochemical official said.


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  • IFP Training to Return to Iran’s Oil, Gas Industry: CEO
    TEHRAN, Nov. 25 (Shana) – The Renown France-based IFP Training which offers professional courses in the fields of oil and gas said it is ready for strong and effective presence in Iran after removal of sanctions.
  • Iran Can Attract $30b thru New Oil Contract Model: Minister
    TEHRAN, Nov. 25 (Shana) – Iranian Minister of Petroleum Bijan Zangeneh said there is the prospect of entering oil investment deals to the tune of 30 billion dollars under the new contracts to be unveiled next week.
  • Iran New Oil Contracts a Win-Win Deal: Advisor
    TEHRAN, Nov. 25 (Shana) – An advisor to Iran’s petroleum minister said the new oil contracts to be unveiled next week in a conference in Tehran are drawn on win-win terms considering tough competition for the development of the region’s oil fields.

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