According to INPIA, the Market Regulation Headquarters in its last meeting set tasks and responsibilities for the petrochemical industry chain, including the requirement of the National Petrochemical Company to increase the supply floor and monitor the weekly supply of inflamed products with emphasis on meeting domestic needs. . However, despite the need for considerable agility […]
According to INPIA, the Market Regulation Headquarters in its last meeting set tasks and responsibilities for the petrochemical industry chain, including the requirement of the National Petrochemical Company to increase the supply floor and monitor the weekly supply of inflamed products with emphasis on meeting domestic needs. . However, despite the need for considerable agility to implement these resolutions, we still see that the situation is not favorable for examining the problems of complementary industries in the provincial working groups, and many industry activists are dissatisfied with this issue. Therefore, the need for agility and reduction of bureaucracy in these working groups is strongly felt; Because access to raw materials from the free market has sharply decreased. In an interview with INPIA, Engineer Saeed Zamanzadeh, a member of the board of directors of the National Association of Polymer Industries of Iran, spoke about the effects and consequences of the approvals of the last meeting of the Market Regulation Headquarters for the petrochemical products market and the possibility of their implementation. To what extent do you think this guideline will give the real manufacturer better access to materials and reduce competition in inflamed grades? Before any speech, I consider it necessary to point out the importance of this resolution compared to previous resolutions. The one hundred and seventeenth meeting of the country’s market regulation headquarters was held with the presence of representatives of 4 ministries and the representative of the Attorney General with sufficient support and urgency to implement it. And to what extent this resolution will enable the producer to have access to the petrochemical raw materials as much as he really needs, if this directive is implemented properly and at the right time can be fruitful. It is clear that sometimes the lack of agility and speed of action of the executive apparatus reduces the effectiveness of approvals, for example, since the beginning of this year when the exchange rate had a steady trend and experienced a weekly growth of 3 to 5 percent. The establishment of a pricing mechanism (monthly average of the half currency) for the upstream and downstream industries was implemented when it was too late and it was the so-called prescription drug after Sohrab’s death. Will the coordination of the Ministry of Labor and other organizations accelerate the response and reduce the need for the presence of craftsmen to these departments to receive the response of the departments and the Ministry of Silence? Guilds and organizations, especially the National Association of Polymer Industries, have always insisted on transparency and verification of buyers of petrochemical products. Connecting the sales information of companies in the optimization system with the systems of other relevant devices and monitoring the registered information can help to realize the statistics and information in the medium term, and if companies want to show themselves under the cover of the manufacturer, they will have to pay the price. And will be accountable to the tax system, which increases the risk of illegal activities. Why hasn’t the Ministry of Oil put capacity building on the agenda so far, and to what extent does this decree guarantee implementation in the Ministry of Oil? Why the Ministry of Petroleum has not put capacity building on the agenda so far goes back to their strategy and plans, and it is a question that should be asked of them, but it can be predicted that with the hope of lifting sanctions, development projects may be half-completed. On the other hand, we are in a recessionary situation where the demand in the complementary industries has decreased, so the development of the market in the post-sanctions conditions has created a positive outlook. The experience and problems of extensive sanctions have shown that the power and capacity of petrochemicals and complementary industries can be relied on to generate foreign exchange, and this may have led to a further reversal of the Ministry of Petroleum’s macro-policies in developing upstream and downstream industries. In any case, we hope that the commitments made by this ministry will be implemented in time. Finally, what advice do you have for units that have quota problems, and what steps should they take to be able to return to the production cycle? Regarding the companies you mentioned, I should mention that the number of these companies is not small. It is estimated that about 2000 units have quota and optimization problems. My inference from the recent decision is a general amnesty for companies that have not been willing to do transparency and legal economic activities so far, with the close cooperation of the Provincial Silence Organization. This opportunity is provided to submit their applications and documents as soon as possible, and by gradually registering sales invoices and providing documents related to energy consumption, personnel employment contracts, etc., they can operate in a healthy economic environment, which according to The old times never reach their destination crookedly. Resolutions of the Market Regulation Headquarters regarding the market of petrochemical products It is worth mentioning that following the decisions of the other 16th session of the market regulation working group and also Article 7 of the petrochemical products market regulation instruction regarding the implementation of Ofogh plan (plan to determine the quota of petrochemical products based on the value recorded in the sales invoice) Working group and monitoring devices on the implementation of the project, it was decided that the Deputy Minister of Industrial Affairs to continue to determine the quota of downstream units of petrochemical products and submit monthly results to the Secretariat of the Market Regulation Working Group. The Ministry of Petroleum should make the necessary plans to increase the production capacity of petrochemical complexes for inflammable products (including polypropylene, PET, diethylene hegranol) through propylene propulsion schemes. National Petrochemical Company to increase the supply floor and monitor the weekly supply of inflamed products with emphasis on meeting domestic needs.
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