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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 Petchem Sector Potent to Absorb Foreign Investments
    TEHRAN, May 18 (Shana) -- Head of IMIDRO says Iran has vast potentialities in attracting foreign investments in its transportation, food, medicine, petrochemical and mining industries.
  • NPC Chief Underscores SR Consideration in Petchem Activities
    TEHRAN, May 17 (Shana) -- Managing director of National Petrochemical Company (NPC) underlined the significance of observing social responsibility principles by petrochemical and industrial units.
  • NPC Backs Cession of Damavand Petchem Plant
    TEHRAN, May 15 (Shana) -- A senior petrochemical official said the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) fully backs cession of Damavand Petrochemical Plant to private developers.


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  • NITC to Re-start Carrying Oil to Europe Soon
    TEHRAN, May 23 (Shana) – The National Iranian Tanker Company will re-start carrying oil to Europe soon in the near future, Ramin Rajaei an official affiliated to the NITC in Bandarabbas Port said.
  • Petropars, Shell Discuss Oil Investments
    TEHRAN, May 23 (Shana) -- The Iranian energy company Petropars Ltd. is holding negotiations with Oil and gas major Royal Dutch Shell on carrying out feasibility studies for investment in oil and gas projects, managing director of Petropars said.
  • Wait for Iran's Gas Surprise after Oil
    TEHRAN, May 23 (Shana) -- After increasing both Iran's oil production and exports by about one million barrels per day since elimination of sanctions in mid-January, it is the time to wait for Iran's gas surprise.


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