Daelim Signs Agreement to Upgrade Iran’s Esfahan Refinery

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12th March 2017

Daelim signed an agreement to upgrade Iran’s Esfahan Refinery on March 12. Daelim General Manager Gang Young-guk, Daelim Overseas Operations Office Head Hong Seong-deok, and client officials attended the agreement signing ceremony. The contract amount is KRW 2.2334 trillion (VAT exclusive), and Daelim will implement the project alone.

The project involves adding to the refinery in Esfahan, Iran facilities to produce high value-added products including diesel, gasoline, and LPG. Daelim will take charge of design, equipment purchase, construction, and financial procurement arrangement. The construction period is 48 months after the construction kicks off.

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