Among the highlights of these agreements are two contracts that grant
licenses for the production of propylene from methanol, boasting a combined
capacity of 120,000 tons per year, and the production of polypropylene with an
equivalent capacity. Additionally, three MoUs were sealed to facilitate the
transfer of technical expertise and Process Design Packages (PDP) for two
polypropylene production units using propane as a feedstock, with a total
capacity of 600,000 tons per year. The collaboration extends to the development
of co-precipitation catalysts, including methanation, low-temperature shift,
and methanol synthesis, as well as the production and testing of new catalysts
for polypropylene manufacturing. A critical agreement was also reached for the
development, enhancement, and formal registration of technical knowledge
related to aromatics production processes.
The 17th International IranPlast Exhibition, inaugurated on Sunday with
a resolute focus on nurturing the value chain, bolstering domestic production,
and invigorating national construction endeavors, is slated to continue for
four insightful days.
These strategic alliances underscore NPC-RT's commitment to advancing
Iran's petrochemical landscape, fostering innovation, and strengthening
domestic capabilities through cooperative ventures with domestic partners.