14 June 2010 03:01 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS news)--Zagros Petrochemical Co (ZPC) Zagros I and II methanol plants at Assaluyeh, Iran, are running at slightly less than 80% due to shortage of power and water, a source at the company said on Monday.
It was not possible to run both the Zagros plants - with combined 3.3m tonnes/year capacity - simultaneously at full rates due to a shortage of the utilities, as had been reported earlier.
There are also plans to shut Zagros I for a catalyst change but dates had not been firmed up yet, the source added.
ZPC is 50% owned by the state-run National Petrochemical Company (NPC) of ?xml:namespace>
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