Pequiven partners Iran, Brazil

Jagger, Anna; Gordon, Michael
November 2006
ICIS Chemical Business;11/20/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 44, p35
Trade Publication
This article reports on a joint venture entered into by Pequiven with Iran's National Petrochemical Co. (NPC) as well as with Brazil's Braskem and Oxiteno. Pequiven and NPC plan to build an ammonia, urea and methanol complex in Guiria, Venezuela. An agreement was signed between Pequiven and Braskem, to build an ethylene plant and polyethylene production in Jose.


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