PDID Offered Various Investment Opportunities to Five Companies
PDID (the Petrochemical Downstream Industries Office of NPC) offered various investment opportunities to five companies. According to this short news, Iran’s petrochemical industry has many advantages to investors, and in addition to the upstream sectors in the industry, there are diversified investment opportunities and profitability in the petrochemical downstream industries, and the presence of new investors can be a barrier to exporting raw materials.
The report says: Now, with regard to the planned planning, space for the expansion of downstream industries is feasible and private sector investors can be present with confidence in the development of complementary industries, and in this regard, in August 2017, the Office for the Development of Downstream Petrochemical Industries, provided the necessary advice to the five investment companies .
According to the report, providing:1) Investment advice to Anahita Oil Refining Company for the production of Triple Super Phosphate, 2) Investment advice for a $ 500 million for production of VCM and Sodium Flakes, 3) Advising a $ 3 million foreign investor to downstream industries in Khorasan province, 4) Negotiations on technology transfer and investment in order to produce additives needed by the industry and 5) Providing investment advice to the “Golrang” complex in Ilam province was one of the most important advisory services provided in August.
Based on the report of the Office for the Development of Downstream Petrochemical Industries, the constant observation of the production, supply, demand and volume of the stock exchange, as well as meetings with the Competitive Council, also meetings with the associations, as well as production complexes are the other activities of PDID at this month of August.
It is worth mentioning that the development of export oriented production and added value-based production chain in the various downstream petrochemical industries is in the shadow of the support of the twelfth government by removing barriers to production and facilitating conditions through the structural and managerial reform of the policymakers’ path to the post-JCOPA era.