Iran starts construction of new propylene plant
Kourosh Petrochemical Plant will be able to produce 150,000 tons/year of propylene and its derivatives upon its slated completion in 40 months. The new complex is expected to cost around $190 million.
Meanwhile, 27 other petrochemicals projects are currently underway in Mahshahr, the media reported. With an investment around $1.5 billion, the new projects will reportedly start operations in near future.
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