Petrochem Cooperation With Universities to Enter 2nd Phase
Petrochem Cooperation With Universities to Enter 2nd Phase
Monday, March 12, 2018

Petrochem Cooperation With Universities to Enter 2nd Phase

Monday, March 12, 2018

Petrochem Cooperation With Universities to Enter 2nd Phase

The second phase of cooperation between the Petrochemical Research and Technology Company, a subsidiary of National Petrochemical Company, and four domestic universities and institutes will start by mid-March.
According to Shana, the Oil Ministry’s official news agency, NPC signed four contracts in the fiscal 2016-17 with Shiraz University, Amirkabir University of Technology, Tarbiat Modares University and the Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Research Center of Iran to acquire know-how in the petrochemical industry’s upstream and downstream sectors. 
“Three of the academic centers have completed the first phase of the projects and the fourth is due to finish work in the next few weeks,” Esmaeil Qanbari, the head of PRTC, said on Saturday. "Based on the contracts, four institutions have been established to carry out research on olefins, propylene, methanol 


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