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Bandar-e Imam Khomeini

(bän`där-ā ē`mäm khō'mānē`), town (1991 est. pop. 56,998), Khuzestan prov., SW Iran, a port at the head of the Persian Gulf. It is the southern terminus of the Trans-Iranian Railway, which runs to the Caspian Sea. The town was formerly known as Bandar-e Shahpur.
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Glencore loaded from Bandar Imam Khomeini an 18,000 mt parcel, comprising 4,000 mt of propane and 14,000 mt butane, from Persian Gulf Petrochemical Industry Commercial Co.
8m t/y pipeline from Assaluyeh and Bandar Imam on the southern coast to Mahahad in the north-west, crucial to the 11-plant expansion plan, was intended to be on stream by 2007.
7 fire at a storage area of the Bandar Imam Khomeini Petrochemical Complex that burned for two days;
To build a Road linking the Gulf port of Bandar Imam Khomeini to Bazargah on Iran's border with Turkey.
Petrochemical Plant is located at the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone (Petzone) in Bandar Imam, Iran.
The plant is located at the Petrochemical Special Economic Zone at the seaport of Bandar Imam.
AIS Live ship tracking data showed one ship - the Aframax tanker Energy A - was at the port of Bandar Imam Khomeini, also known as Bandar Mahshahr, near Iran's largest refinery Abadan, on September 8.
Sibeveih had said earlier that the proposed shipping line would connect four Omani ports -- Sohar, Sultan Qaboos, Musandam, and Shinas -- to the Iranian ports of Chabahar, Bandar Abbas, Bandar Imam Khomeini, and one other port.
Hypotheses 1: Lack of creatively response has impact on personal individual resistance in Bandar Imam Special Economic Zone
Petrochemical companies owned or controlled by the Iranian government that are on the Treasury Department list include Bandar Imam Petrochemical Co, Bou Ali Sina Petrochemical Co and Mobin Petrochemical Co.
AIS live vessel tracking on Reuters showed on Thursday up to five vessels had diverted to destinations including Qatar, the United Arab Emirates and Singapore after waiting mainly outside the Bandar Imam Khomeini, one of Iran's largest grain terminals.
Drivers waiting for their turn to cross to Iran said they usually unload the fuel at Bandar Imam or Bandar Abbas ports in Iran, where it is often re-exported, and sometimes travel to Afghanistan to deliver fuel.