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Iranian state petchems firm NPC has signed an MoU with France’s Total to build an ethane cracker, the second preliminary post-sanctions petchems deal following last month’s between NPC and Danish process technology firm Haldor Topsoe.
A Total spokesman tells MEES the company has signed up to “study the possibility of building a world-class steam cracker on the Iranian coast, with ethane as the primary feedstock.” The MoU is a frame agreement and “does not constitute a binding contract to build the facility.” While NPC is no longer under sanctions, Total will “pay particular attention to the profile of any potential partners with which it may work.”
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