CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

A global manufacturing hub for chemicals and petrochemicals

April 30, 2021

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The manufacturing sector plays a significant role in the outputof the Indian economy, and chemical manufacturing is a crucialsegment with roots spread across a wide range of end-useindustries. With the index of industrial production (IIP) forchemical manufacturing returning to pre-COVID levels, theindustry is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 9.2% by FY25.7
Demographic dividends, low per capita consumption, an increasingexport demand and enabling Government initiatives are thekey growth drivers for the Indian chemical industry. Attractivebusiness opportunities are present in different segments, includingpetrochemical intermediates, downstream petrochemicals and
specialty chemicals. The coming decade is expected to bring ininvestments worth more than USD 87 billion (solely on the basis ofthe major petrochemical products under consideration).

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OEL Projects Ltd.

Founded in 1972, OEL Projects Ltd. (OEL) provides Engineering, Procurement, and Construction Management services, primarily, to the oil and gas industry. OEL manages projects of varied scope and size from inception to completion for companies in Alberta, British Columbia and Saskatchewan. Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, OEL is supported by two key subsidiaries. Founded in 1998, Ammonite Corrosion Engineering Inc. is an engineering company providing a comprehensive service in the field of corrosion management and integrity management to the oil and gas industry in Canada and internationally. Founded in 1977, Cormetrics Limited provides research and development and consulting services to assist petroleum producing and transmission companies in problem solving of chemical programs and corrosion prevention.

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OEL Projects Ltd.

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