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イラン    2015年更新 イランの石油化学

 

 

 米新法案、イランの資源開発参加企業を投資先から除外促す    

Privatization

   Irans Petroleum Ministry names 21 privatization-bound companies

   Irans Oil Ministry excludes 25 companies from privatization

イランの石油化学一覧   最新計画まとめ   NPC歴史    国連調査(各社概要)

イランの石油化学の状況(2007/3)

National Petrochemical Company of Iran     Iran ethylene pipeline   

ヤダバラン油田  Iranians to visit China to talk with Sinopec over Yadavaran oil project

NPC CHIEF:Iran to Invest Over $12bn in Petrochemical Sector in 2010-2015

イラン 天然ガス供給、欧州ルート参加 印パとも輸出協議

Bandar Imam Petrochemical Company=旧 Iran-Japan Petrochemical Company (IJPC)

BANDAR IMAM 1 ETHYLENE AND PROPYLENE CHEMICAL PLANT

Petrochemical Special Economic Zone    第6計画 第7計画 Olefins No8

NPC Plans PVC Plant  → In Final Stage of International Tender

         Iran's NPC awards PVC plant contract to Uhde/Sazeh

NPC/SABIC JV(LDPE)

第9計画着工   NPC、サソールと共同投資へ   MDPE unit under way/ Pars Petrochemicals.

NPC scraps Ilam PP

Shell, Basell suspend Iran's Olefins No8 for now

Iran NPC invites bids for No 11 olefin project

Iran's NPC to start up No 3 aromatics project by mid-2004

Iran NPC picks Japan, Iran consortium for 300 kt/yr hdPE

TEC・千代田連合、イランより2基目の大型肥料プラント受注

Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex to Be Privatized

Iran's share of global methanol output to reach 6.4%

SABIC-Iran cracker, integrated complex joint venture plan stalls

NPC & Indian Oil Corp. sign MOU

NPC, LGI and OOC to build $300m JV EDC plant in Oman

イランで石化事業 伊藤忠、タイ企業と組む

イランのBasell買収を米国が阻止

イラン国営石油化学、フィリッピンのバターン・ポリエチレンの大株主に

Venezuela's Pequiven signs information share agreement with Iran

Joint methanol company planned by Iran and Venezuela

     Iran-Venezuela presidents break ground for methanol complex

China eager to invest $2.7b in Olefin 12: NPC

Pusri of Indonesia builds fertilizer plant in Iran

ペルシャ湾ガス田開発 トルコ・イラン合意

Turkey' Petkim to build petrochemical plant in Iran


National Petrochemical Company of Iran

           http://www.npc-international.com/

As part of the Petroleum Ministry, NPC is wholly owned by the Iranian government. Its organisation presently constitutes a central mother company and several subsidiaries and affiliates.

NPC's major activities are directed to production, sales, distribution and export of chemicals and petrochemicals.


National Petrochemical Company of Iran    他に計画中のエチレンセンター 第6第7第9計画
                   (1,000 tons/year)

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Arak  + 

Bandar
Imam
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Tabriz 

Abadan

Ethylene

247

311

136

26

Ethylene Glycol

105

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Ethylene Oxide

110

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+

 

HDPE

60

60

50

 

LDPE

100

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50

 

L-LDPE

60

+

+

 

Caustic soda

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250

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EDC

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440

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VCM

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180

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PVC

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175

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Styrene

+

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95

 

Polystyrene(epandable)

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15

 

Polystyrene(general)

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25

 

Polystyrene(high impact)

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40

 

Propylene

94

118

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Polypropylene

50

50

56

 

SBR

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40

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  http://www.harborwatchpub.com/iran/iyb96ind.htm

Arak Complex
Arak Petro-Chemical Complex project consists of 14 units plus secondary service units. The full capacity of the complex is 550 thousand tones of various petro-chemical products. It receives its raw material from Arak Refinery and the national natural gas supply network. In the next decade, it is to supply the needs of domestic industries. It produces 14 kinds of poliri, rubber and chemical products.

Bandar Imam Khomeini Petrochemicals Complex
The company was established as a 50-50 joint venture of the NIPC and a consortium of seven Japanese companies led by the Mitsui & Company to produce olefins and aromatics. The contract for the project was concluded in 1971. The complex was 85 per cent complex before the revolution. Work was delayed when the Japanese contractors left Iran after the revolution. They resumed work in 1980, only to leave again when the war with Iraq broke out in September 1980. The complex was heavily damaged by Iraqi air raids during the war. The two sides held several rounds of negotiations in Tehran and Tokyo ever since the fighting ended in July 1988 and mid-1989, failing to reach agreement on resumption of the work. The Japanese party was longer interested in continuing the project, because of the heavy damage done and the now ageing technology used in it. There hadalso been a dispute over the estimated cost completion. After the withdrawal of the Japa- nese partner, Mitsui & Company, from the project, Iran decided to purchase the equipment required from Nissho Iwai in 1989. Nissho Iwai supplied equipment worth 7,000 million yen for the Bandar Imam Khomeini petrochemical complex. Under a contract signed with National Iranian Petrochemicals Company, the Japanese firm accepted to replaced all components and parts of the complex destroyed during the Iran-Iraq war.

Tabriz Petrochemicals Complex
Production capacity is as follows (tons/year): polyethylene (100,000), polystyrene (65,000), rubber (14,000), latex (12,000), propylene (50,000). Total capacity: 250,000 tons a year. Locaion: next to Tabriz refinery. Feedstock: light naphta.

Abadan Petro-chemical Complex
Abadan Petro-Chemical Complex was established to produce PVC, primary materials of plastics, D.D.B., primary material of detergents, and potash. It began operation in 1971. In 1980 NIPC bought the 26 percent shares of a foreign share-holder, and thereby became to the single owner of this complex. The activities of the complex came to a halt during the Iran-Iraq war, but it was reconstructed and resumed production in October 1989.


(European Chemical News. 25 March-1 April 2002)

Site expansion to boost capacity of olefins plant

Iranian company Bandar Imam Petrochemical, a subsidiary of state-owned National Petrochemical (NPC), plans to expand capacity of its olefins plant in Bandar Imam. In its latest news bulletin, NPC says capacity will rise from 311 000 tonne/year to 411 000 tonne/year.


Meanwhile, bid offers for a 300 000 tonne/year polyvinyl chloride facility at the Bandar Imam complex are under evaluation.


 

The Second Five-year Plan Projects

The Second Five-year Plan Projects is part of NPC's strategic development plan which are to be implemented during 1997 - 2001. It is comprised of 10 projects and will boost NPC's petrochemical production by 6.7 million Tons / Year. By implementing these projects at the end of the Second Five-year Plan Projects, the total production capacity (intermediate and final) will reach 20 million Ton / Year.

Projecs  
METHANOL KHARG 660 000 tonne/year methanol at Kharg Island, onstream 1999
PARA-XYLENE 180 000 tonne/year paraxylene at Bandar Imam, onstream 1999
MTBE-1 500 000 tonne/year MTBE at Bandar Imam, onstream 2000
AROMATIC-3 at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001
  428 000 tonne/year paraxylene
  179 000 tonne/year benzene
OLEFIN-6 & 7 at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001
  520 000 tonne/year ethylene + 1,100 000 tonne/year ethylene
  140 000 tonne/year hdPE  (+300 000 tonne/year LDPE)
  208 000 tonne/year lldPE
  268 000 tonne/year ethylene oxide (EO)/(ethylene glycol (EG)
  160 000 tonne/year polypropylene  
PET/PTA-1 at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001.
  352 000 tonne/year pure grade PET
   60 000 tonne/year bottle grade PET
  350 000 tonne/year PTA  
ENG. POLYMERS at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001 2003
  25 000 tonne/year polycarbonate
   4000 tonne/year solid epoxy resin
   6000 tonne/year liquid epoxy resin 
LAB-1 50 000 tonne/year linear alkyl benzene at Bandar Abbas, onstream 2001
PET/PTA-2 at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001
  235 000 tonne/year pure grade PET
  180 000 tonne/year bottle grade PET
  350 000 tonne/year PTA 
METHANOL-3 660 000 tonne/year methanol at Bandar Imam special economic zone, onstream 2001

 

The Third Five-year Plan Projects

Feasibility studies for the Third Five-year Plan Projects are underway. These projects are to be implemented during 2001 to 2005. New Olephon, Aromatic and Methanol complexes with down stream products will further increase NPCs production capacity by 6.7 million Ton (final products).

Project Product 1000 T/Y By-Products 1000 T/Y
OLEFIN-8 LLDPE 700 C3+ 40
Polypropylene 300 C4 136
Propylene 105 C5+ 44
OLEFIN-9 LLDPE 1400 Propane 300
C3+ 77
OLEFIN-10 Polypropylene 530 P.G. 268
A-Olefines 200 F.O. 29
MEG 400    
Styrene 560    
METHANOL-4 Methanol 1000    
AROMATIC-4 P-xylene 730 L.ends 880
O-xylene 100 H.ends 1800
Benzene 720 Raf. 395
    LPG 77
その後の追加
OLEFIN-11 Ethylene 1200    
HDPE 300    
LLDPE/HDPE 300    
Buten-1 50    
MEG 700    
SM 600    

 


2003/2/5 Financial Times

NPC signs $108m deal with HSBC

HSBC has signed an agreement with National Petrochemical Company of Iran (NPC) for a $108 million export credit guaranteed by the UK's Export Credits Guarantee Department (ECGD).

The funds will be used to finance the export of equipment and services for
the construction of a 600,000 tonne per annum styrene monomer plant at Bandar Assaluyeh in Iran. This plant is part of the ninth olefins project being constructed at a cost of $1.2 billion.


CNI News -1999/1/8 By Anna Williams  

Iran's National Petrochemical Co (NPC) is to award French engineering firm Technip a contract for the detailed engineering and supply of a 208 000 tonne/year linear low density polyethylene (lldPE) plant at the new olefins complex at Bandar Imam, CNI was told Friday.


1999/11/23 NEWS RELEASE    →NPC・DSM(SABICが買収)JVに

NPC and Elenac are planning world-scale LDPE project at Bandar Imam (Iran)

The Iranian National Petrochemical Company (NPC), Tehran, and Elenac GmbH, Kehl, Germany have signed a Letter of Intent regarding a possible collaboration in a new world-scale polyethylene plant at Bandar Imam, Iran.
The project foresees the construction and joint operation of a
300 kt/a low-density Polyethylene (LDPE) plant at the Olefins 6&7 petrochemical coIto supply markets with interesting growth potential for PE.

NPC, Elenac and Shell Chemicals Ltd, London, also informed that they have agreed to undertake a joint study of the concept of an additional olefins complex, named Olefins 8.


BANDAR IMAM 1 ETHYLENE AND PROPYLENE CHEMICAL PLANT

  http://www.chemicals-technology.com/projects/bandar1/index.html

Iran is looking to expand its petrochemical capacity on an enormous scale. Under the multi-phase development programme, The National Petrochemical Company (NPC) plans that Iran's capacity to make petrochemical intermediates and final products will grow from 9 million tonnes/year (mt/yr) in 2001, to 20mt/yr in 2005, to 27mt/yr in 2013.



Chemical Week May 29, 2002

NPC Plans PVC Plant; to Expand Soda Ash

National Petrochemical Co. (NPC; Tehran) says it will build a 300,000-m.t./year polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plant at the Mahshahr, Iran petrochemical economic zone.


December 2, 2002 Dow Jones

Iran In Final Stage Of International Tender On PVC Plant

Iran is in the final stage of an international tender on the establishment of a 300,000-ton-a-year plant to produce polyvinyl chloride, or PVC, Mohammad-Reza Nematzadeh, head of the state National Petrochemical Co., said Saturday.

Nematzadeh told reporters that the project, slated for construction at Bandar Imam port in the southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan, will also produce
300,000 tons of ethylene dichloride, or EDC, that has been earmarked for exports.



The company is also currently preparing documents on a petrochemical plant in the western Iranian province of
Ilam, near the borders with Iraq, Nematzadeh said.


Asia Chemical Weekly 2003/8/20

Iran's NPC awards PVC plant contract to Uhde/Sazeh

Irans National Petrochemical Company (NPC) has awarded the engineering and procurement (EP) contract for its polyvinyl chloride (PVC) complex at Bandar Imam, Southwest Iran to Germanys Uhde and Irans Sazeh.



NPC said the new PVC complex, which is due onstream in the third quarter of 2006, will produce 570 000 tonne/year of chlorine.

The PVC complex will produce 300 000 tonne of suspension-grade PVC, 40 000 tonne of emulsion-grade E-PVC, 267 300 tonne of EDC, 634 000 tonne of caustic soda (50% solution) and 16 200 tonne of sodium hypochlorite.


2003/7/31 Financial Times

NPC scraps Ilam PP

Plans to construct an 80,000 tonne/y polypropylene plant in Ilam, Iran, have been abandoned by National Petrochemical Co (NPC). The company, which is building a 318,000 tonne/y cracker at the site, has decided that the facility would be too small to be profitable.

 


Chemical Week 2002/6/5

NPC, DSM Finalize Polyethylene JV

DSMs petrochemical division, which is scheduled to be acquired this month by Sabic, has signed a previously announced joint venture agreement with National Petrochemical Co. (NPC; Tehran) to build a 300,000-m.t./year low-density polyethylene (LDPE) plant at Bandar Imam, Iran. NPC will hold 45% of the jv, Sabic will have 35%, and Poushineh Baft Iran (Tehran) will hold the rest.

The unit will form part of Irans No. 7 olefins complex, which is to be built by Marun Petrochemical, an NPC subsidiary, at Bandar Imam. It will be Sabics first investment in Iran.


化学工業日報 2002/8/28 

イラン石油省、来週にも第9計画に着工

イラン石油省は26日、アッサルイエ地区で計画しているパース・ペトロケミカルのエチレン年産100万トン計画(通称・第9オレフィン計画)および誘導品計画を来週にも着工すると発表した。


化学工業日報 2003/2/6

NPC、サソールと大型石化計画で共同投資へ

イランで計画されている大型石化計画が、具体化へ動き始めた。国営石油化学会社(NPC)が中心になって進めている第9オレフィン「Pars PC」について、NPCはこのほど南ア・サソール社のドイツ子会社との間で共同投資計画として推進することで基本合意、2004−05年にかけて完成・稼働させる方針を固めた模様だ。


NPC 2003/1-2

NPC and Sasol sign 50/50 joint venture agreement
  http://www.nipc.net/npcnews/news35and36/projects.htm

The National Petrochemical Company (NPC) and Sasol Polymers (Germany) signed a 50/50 joint venture agreement to construct and operate an integrated facility for the production of ethylene and polyethylene. The production facility will be situated at Pars Special Economic/Energy Zone, Bandar Assaluyeh on the Persian Gulf coast.

The ethane cracker in the facility will produce one million tonnes of ethylene per year. The two polyethylene plants will produce low density and medium/high density polyethylene respectively and will have a combined capacity of 600,000 tonnes of polyethylene per year, which is destined for the export markets.


Financial Times

IRAN, GERMANY IN ETHYLENE AND POLYETHYLENE JV

Iran and Germany are to establish an ethylene and polyethylene production line at Pars Special Economic Energy Zone in Assalouyeh Port in Bushehr Province, south of Iran, by the second half of 2004. National Petrochemical Company (NPC) of Iran and German Sasol Polymer company were signatories to an equal-share agreement. The project is expected to yield one million tons of ethylene and 600,000 tons of polyethylene for exports a year.


April 23, 2003  Financial Times

Iran/ MDPE unit under way/
Pars Petrochemicals.

The engineering, procurement and construction lump sum turnkey contract for a 300,000 tonne/y medium density polyethylene facility in Assaluyeh, Iran, has been awarded to a consortium of Uhde, Germany, and Sazeh, Iran, by Pars Petrochemicals. The contract is worth over EUR 100 M. Pars Petrochemical is a joint venture between National Petrochemical Co, Basell and Sasol. The facility is due to be completed in early 2006. Basell will supply the technology.


April 13, 2004 Tehran Times

Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex to Be Privatized
http://www.tehrantimes.com/Detailview.asp?Keyword=Bandar%20Imam%20Petrochemical%20&Da=4/13/2004&Cat=9&Num=1

The government is planning to privatize Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex in the near future, managing-director of the complex said Monday.
Abbas Sheri-Moqaddam added that foreign financiers can also buy shares at the petrochemical company.
"Bandar Imam Petrochemical Complex offers around 30 kinds of products amounting to 7.1m tons.
It enjoys unique status in the Middle East and it is certainly among the top world's ten," he said.


FujiSankei Business i. 2004/11/2

シノペック、イランから石油・ガスを輸入 30年間、700億ドルで契約

 調印内容は、シノペックが今後30年間にわたり毎年2億5000万トンの液化天然ガスを購入するほか、イランのヤダバラン油田 Yadavaran oilfield の開発権を得るというもの。

 さらに、同油田の開発が成功した場合、中国側は25年間にわたって、毎日15万バレルの原油の供給を受けることでも合意している。

ヤダバラン(Yadavaran)プロジェクトに関しては、2004年7月、イラン石油省は、イラク国境に近い南西部フゼスタン州で2000年と2002年にそれぞれ発見されたクシュック油田、ホセイ二−油田の2油田が、油田探査の結果、原始埋蔵量170億バレル、可採埋蔵量は少なくとも30億バレルを有する同一構造の巨大油田(ヤダバラン油田と命名)であることが確認されたと発表された。


Platts 2006/8/2

Venezuela's Pequiven signs information share agreement with Iran

Venezuela's state petrochemical company Pequiven has inked an agreement with Iran's NPC to share information and specialists from their respective petrochemical industries, a Pequiven spokeswoman said on Wednesday.



NPC will help train Pequiven's personnel to assist the company in its effort
to make Venezuela "a worldwide petrochemical power" under its 2006-2012 business plan, a Pequiven statement noted.


2011/12/5 steelguru.com

Africa Sasol to divest stake in Iran petchem

Sasol has entered into discussions to potentially divest its stake in its Iran based JV Arya Sasol Polymers.

http://www.knak.jp/ichiran/iran/pars.htm#9

Arya Sasol Polymer is a JV between Iran’s state owned National Petrochemical Company and Sasol. It operates 1 million tonne per year cracker, a 300,000 tonne per year low density polyethylene plant and a 300,000 tonne per year medium density PE and high density PE unit in the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone.

Pars Petrochemical, a wholly owned subsidiary of NPC is also a partner in the joint venture and provides feedstock to Arya Sasol.

Ms Christine Ramon CFO of Arya Sasol said that reviewing our activities in Iran, Sasol has entered into discussions with a view to potentially divest of its stake in the Arya Sasol Polymer. Further announcements will be made at a later date once sufficient progress has been made on discussions.