The delegation of Gulf Petrochemical Industries Company (GPIC) of the Kingdom of Bahrain, headed by the chairman of the board of directors Ahmed Al-Sharyan, is in talks with the heads of departments of the oil and gas sector of the government of Turkmenistan. This is published on the website of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkmenistan.
During the visit, meetings of partners from Bahrain with representatives of the state-owned concerns Turkmengaz, Turkmenneft and other units of the country’s oil, gas and chemical complexes are held.
During the negotiations, issues of using the new automated railway trestle of the Kenar enterprise for the storage and shipment of oil products of the Turkmenbashi complex of oil refineries, a polymer plant in the village of Kiyanly for the production of polyethylene and polypropylene, and the gas-chemical complex Garabogazkarbamid are discussed.
The website of the Turkmen Foreign Ministry notes that during the Turkmen-Bahraini meetings there is an exchange of views on the possibility of implementing joint oil and gas and gas chemical projects in Turkmenistan. In particular, the parties discussed the issue of creating a joint coordination working group.
GPIC is a backbone company in the economy of the Kingdom of Bahrain. Its activities have made Bahrain a regional and global center for the production of petrochemical products. The Kingdom has a strong position in the international market for such types of petrochemical industry as ammonia, methanol and urea.
In turn, the development of mutually beneficial cooperation with the states of the Arab world is one of the priorities of the foreign policy strategy of Turkmenistan.