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Hyundai Engineering In USD3.2B Petrochemical Project In Iran

March 17/2017

MOSCOW (MRC) -- South Koreas Hyundai Engineering Co said on Monday that it had signed a deal worth USUSD3.2 billion with Irans Ahdaf Investment Company for the construction of the second phase of a petrochemical complex in Iran, said Koreaherald.

"The project allowed us to spearhead into the Iranian construction market as a lead manager. We plan to do everything in our capacity to clinch additional projects in the future," a spokesperson for Hyundai told The Korea Herald, which noted that the deal is the largest so far signed by a South Korean company in Iran.

Hyundai Engineering will act as lead manager of the Kangan Petro Refining Complex in southwestern Iran. The petrochemical complex is planned to have an annual production of around 1 million tons of ethylene, 500,000 tons of monoethylene glycol, and 350,000 tons of heavy and light polyethylene, The Korea Herald reported.

The financing of the deal which was signed as an Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Finance (EPCF) contract -- will be finalized within nine months by Korean banks, the Iranian oil ministrys news service Shana said on Sunday. Construction will take 48 months, according to the Iranian news service.
Author:Anna Larionova
Tags:PE, LLDPE, monoethylene glycol (MEG), HDPE, ethylene, Hyundai Engineering Plastics, Iran.
Category:General News
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