Tecnicas Reunidas




According to the company’s website, Tecnicas Reunidas maintains a trade office in Tehran (Tecnicas Reunidas Website, accessed March 28, 2013).

Date: February 2001 – Unclear

Deal: According to an industry publication, Iran’s National Petrochemical Company (NPC) awarded an engineering and procurement contract to Tecnicas Reunidas and Iran’s EnerChimi in February 2001 for a linear alkyl benzene (LAB) plant in Kermanshah (ICIS News, February 6, 2001).

The project was estimated to take 30 months to complete, according to an industry publication (Chemical Business Newsbase, February 13, 2001).

Date: August 2005 – Unclear

Deal: Tecnicas Reunidas was awarded a contract to build an ethylene oxide and ethylene glycol plant with Iran’s Sazeh by the Arvand Petrochemical Company, a subsidiary of the National Petochemical Company, in August 2005, according to an industry publication. Once online, the plant is expected to produce 550,000 tons of monoethylene glycol (Fibre2Fashion, August 1, 2005). The complex was expected to take about 40 months to come on stream, according to ICIS (ICIS News, August 1, 2005). The current status of the project is not clear.


Ties to U.S. Business: Tecnicas Reunidas does not appear to have received any contracts from the American federal government, according to USASpending.gov (USASpending.gov, accessed August 19, 2014).


Last Updated: August 19, 2014