Kaveh Methanol Complex Starts Production

Kaveh Methanol Complex Starts ProductionKaveh Methanol Complex Starts Production

Kaveh Methanol Complex in the Persian Gulf port city of Bandar Dayyer, Bushehr Province, has started methanol production, the National Petrochemical Company’s director for projects said on Sunday.
“The complex has completed trial production, with its output reaching 2,000 tons,” Ali Mohammad Bosaqzadeh, who accompanied NPC’s Managing Director Reza Norouz-Zadeh in a visit to Kaveh plant, was quoted as saying by the NPC’s news agency NIPNA.
Referring to the plant’s daily methanol output capacity of 7,000 tons, or 3.2 million tons per annum, once it is fully operational, Bosaqzadeh noted that Kaveh Methanol Complex is the largest of its kind in Iran and one of the biggest in the world.
He added that the pure oxygen production unit of the complex, one of methanol’s needed feedstock, is due to start production in a few days.


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