The announcement was made by Davood Abbasi, CEO of Shastan,
as he praised the services and efforts of his predecessor, Hossein Abbas-Zadeh,
during his tenure as the interim CEO. Javad Hatami, with his background in
industrial engineering and a master's degree in business management, along with
a professional doctorate in business management, has now assumed the position
of CEO of Bushehr Petrochemical Company.
Previously, Javad Hatami served as a board member of Kharg
Petrochemical Company and acted as a consultant for Saba Energy Holding's
Bushehr Petrochemical Company stands as one of the nation's
largest petrochemical complexes, spanning across three sites in the second
phase of energy-based petrochemicals in the Pars Energy Zone. The company
possesses a unique value chain, from sour gas to polymer products, with the
third phase currently under construction. The first phase of the company is
already operational, while the second phase, featuring Alphene, Methanol Glycol,
Heavy Polyethylene, Utility, and Offsite units, is progressing with an
impressive 70% completion rate.
With the appointment of Javad Hatami as the new CEO, the
stakeholders and industry watchers eagerly anticipate the company's future
direction under his leadership and his contributions to the thriving
petrochemical sector in Iran.