Iran’s MAPNA signs MoU to build major power plant in south.
Iran’s top engineering and energy enterprise MAPNA Group is set to embark on a petrochemical project and implementation of power plants in the Parsian Special Economic Energy Zone in the southern Hormozgan Province in the Persian Gulf.
Based on a memorandum of understanding signed by MAPNA’s director for oil and gas, Mojtaba Gharavi, and the zone’s managing director, Hassan Shahrokhi, the energy conglomerate will build a petrochemical complex in the zone.
According to Gharavi, MAPNA will start the construction of the gas to fuel and chemical production units of the petrochemical complex—aka GTX— as soon as it gets the substantive agreement from the National Petrochemical Company.
Financial Tribune News