Styrene Park is the first industrial chemical park in the petrochemical sector in the country, the strategy of implementing Styrene Park was formulated in 2006 by the National Petrochemical Company and officially approved in 2008 and in the Pars Special Economic Energy Zone. Asalouyeh began its operations in 2009 and is scheduled to be launched by the end of the fifth development plan. The park will be built as a value-added product chain and complementary to the value chain in the Assaluyeh region. Four factories related to Jam Petrochemical, Asalouyeh Chemical Petrochemical Company, Kimia Dalahoo Industries and Pars Polystyrene (SELECT) are located in the target industrial park area of approximately 40 hectares. The joint feed of four park-based projects is Pars Petrochemical Company's styrene monomer, which is why they have named this industrial park as Styrene Park. The special circumstances of the National Petrochemical Company as a sovereign, Damavand Petrochemical as a Utilitarian Provider, and how the four projects identified at Styrene Park through early 2014 were interoperable, led to the development of a joint venture with the park. On this basis, the establishment of an independent company was necessary to undertake joint ventures, in order to carry out the required part of it, the Petrochemical Company of Development of Gohar-e-Aqaf Industrial Park was officially registered on 03/03/07 with the number 1865 in the company registration office in Kangan city of Bushehr province. It was recorded.