National Petrochemical Company
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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 Mulls Petchem Diversity
    TEHRAN Nov 24 (Shana)--A deputy head of National Petrochemical Company (NPC) has said that Iran is considering diversifying its petrochemical production by operating new projects.
  • Joint Fields, Top Priority
    TEHRAN Nov 24 (Shana)--The head of Majlis Industrial and Mining Committee has underscored the need for recovery from oil and gas fields Iran shares with its neighbors.
  • Iran Firm Exports 90,000 Tons/Month Sulfur
    TEHRAN Nov 23 (Shana)--Iran Gas Commercial Company exports 90,000 tons a month of sulfur produced from South Pars gas field and Shahid Hasheminejad gas refinery, a company official said.


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  • Dumping Trap and OPEC Responsibility
    TEHRAN Nov 27 (Shana)--Shale oil producers have waged a war in world oil markets whose objective is to gain more share in the market. To this end, American companies have laid a trap by resorting to dumping, a situation that OPEC members should avoid to be caught in.
  • European Investors Willing to Join Iran Stock Market
    THERAN Nov 26 (Shana)--Investors from major European countries have shown willingness to enter Iran stock market, managing-director of Iran Industrial Investment Company said.
  • Iran Petroleum Minister Leaves for OPEC Meeting
    TEHRAN Nov 26 (Shana)--Iran’s Petroleum Minister Bijan Namdar Zangeneh left Tehran on Wednesday to attend Thursday’s crucial ministerial meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries.


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