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Iran Petchem Plants Restart Nearly Two Months After Floods, an Industrial Info Market Brief
Industry Segment: Chemical Processing | Word Count: 65 Words
Nearly all of the petrochemical plants in Iran that were shut down in April due to widespread flooding have restarted. The units, including two large ethylene units and a few polymer units, were closed for unplanned maintenance due to flood-related damage and the cut-off of feedstock supplies for 7-8 weeks. The units are expected to quickly ramp up production in the coming weeks.
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