Total Out Of Iran's Olefins 14; NPC Goes It Alone

Alperowicz, Natasha
August 2005
Chemical Week;8/17/2005, Vol. 167 Issue 27, p12
Trade Publication
Reports that Total Petrochemicals will not take part in Olefins 14 petrochemical project planned by Iran's National Petrochemical Co. Statement from National Petrochemical Co. managing director Mohammad Hadi about Total's decision; Production capacity of the planned Olefins complex; Other petrochemical companies that pulled out of the project.


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