Bahrain's GPIC Goes Ahead with Huge Expansion

February 2012
Chemical Week;2/6/2012, Vol. 174 Issue 4, p19
Trade Publication
The article looks at plans by Gulf Petrochemical Industries Co. (GPIC), a joint venture between the National Oil & Gas Authority of Bahrain, Saudi Basic Industries Corp. (Sabic), and Petrochemical Industries Co., to expand its complex in Sitra, Bahrain to increase its capacity for ammonia and urea production. The project was restarted when concerns over feedstock supply were mitigated by anticipated offshore and onshore oil and gas production initiatives in Bahrain.


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