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Iran Petrochemical Plants

Special Economic Petrochemical Zone (Mahshahr)


The Special Economic Petrochemical Zone, located in a unique natural and geographical position and enjoying legal facilities granted to special zones, has been established to develop industry and trade, particularly in the petrochemical sector and associated industries, pursuing economic, social and national interests, attracting new technologies and creating jobs.

The Special Economic Petrochemical Zone officially started out in 1998 as a subsidiary of National Petrochemical Company, pursuant to a decision dated July 1997 of the Supreme Council of Free Trade-Industrial Zones, to manage and realize development of industrial and economic activities particularly in the petrochemical sector. It is open to domestic and foreign investment.

The petrochemical plants located in this special zone are as follows:
  • Bandar Imam Petrochemical Plant
  • Arvand Petrochemical Plant
  • Amir Kabir Petrochemical Plant
  • Bu Ali Sina Petrochemical Plant
  • Shahid Tondguyan Petrochemical Plant
  • Khuzestan Petrochemical Plant
  • Fajr Petrochemical Plant
  • Karoun Petrochemical Plant
  • Fanavaran Petrochemical Plant
  • Razi Petrochemical Plant
  • Maroun Petrochemical Plant
  • Laleh Petrochemical Plant
  • Farabi Petrochemical Plant
  • Ghadir Petrochemical Plant
  • Chimi Baft Petrochemical Plant
  • Navid Zar Chimi Petrochemical Plant
  • Brigadier General Rasouli Petrochemical Plant
  • Tex Arya Petrochemical Plant
  • Arya Phosphoric Jonoub Petrochemical Plant
  • Rejal Petrochemical Plant
  • Takht Jamshid Petrochemical Plant   

Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (Assaluyeh)

The Pars Special Economic Energy Zone (Assaluyeh) is located off Persian Gulf waters, covering Pars I (South Pars), Pars II (Kangan) and Pars III (North Pars)
Acting on behalf of National Iranian Oil Company (NIOC), the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone Organization is tasked with steering operations in the zone. The Organization was established in 1998 to support development of the largest gas field in the world (South Pars gas field) as well as the Golshan, Ferdowsi, Mand, North Pars and Farzad gas fields.

The petrochemical plants located in the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone are as follows:
  • Pardis Petrochemical Plant
  • Nouri (Borzouyeh) Petrochemical Plant
  • Pars Petrochemical Plant
  • Arya Sasol Petrochemical Plant
  • Mobin Petrochemical Plant
  • Zagros Petrochemical Plant
  • Mehr Petrochemical Plant
  • Jam Petrochemical Plant
  • Morvarid Petrochemical Plant
  • Kavian Petrochemical Plant
  • Farsa Chimi Petrochemical Plant
  • Propylene Jam Petrochemical Plant
  • Ehtemam Jam Petrochemical Plant
  • Entekhab Industrial Group
  • Takht-e Jasmhid Pars Assaluyeh Petrochemical Plant

Other Zones

Besides the Mahshahr and Assaluyeh petrochemical hubs, numerous petrochemical plants are operating in various parts of Iran.
  • Shazand (Arak) Petrochemical Plant
  • Isfahan Petrochemical Plant
  • Kharg Petrochemical Plant
  • Tabriz Petrochemical Plant
  • Shiraz Petrochemical Plant
  • Shohadaye Marvdasht Petrochemical Plant
  • Khorasan Petrochemical Plant
  • Kermanshah Petrochemical Plant
  • Bistoun Petrochemical Plant
  • Polymer Kermanshah Petrochemical Plant
  • Urmia Petrochemical Plant
  • Ilam Petrochemical Plant
  • Polynar Petrochemical Plant
  • Abadan Petrochemical Plant
  • Carbon Iran Petrochemical Plant
  • Qaed Basir Petrochemical Plant
  • NPC Alliance Petrochemical Plant
  • Lorestan Petrochemical Plant
  • Kurdestan Petrochemical Plant
  • Mahabad Petrochemical Plant

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