PCH’s competencies range from the implementation of “tailor-made” projects in gas and oil processing, chemical and other related industrial sectors and integrating a variety of specific projects into unified and interlinked industrial complexes.
PCH started operations in 1996 in Eastern Europe (including Russia and Ukraine) during a period of rapid growth of energy consumption. Since then, PCH has obtained export guarantees from Euler Hermes (Germany), Coface (France) and Kontrollbank (Austria) for the execution of various projects.
By mid-2022, PCH had exited Russia entirely and extended its geographical coverage to Central and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa.
PCH’s current approach to the design and construction of industrial projects focuses on the integration of chemical production with renewable power sources and storage of energy, CO2 recovery and utilization, the recycling of industrial wastes, as well as with agricultural production and with advanced biodegradable materials.
PCH is experienced in implementing investment projects and managing industrial plants.
The project is a unique undertaking with an emphasis on vertically integrating the processing of associated petroleum gas (APG)
In 2004-2005 a greenfield PET production project was implemented in Klaipeda, Lithuania.
The plant for biaxially oriented polyethylene terephthalate films (BOPET) production was constructed in Russian Obninsk
PCH developed a petrochemical strategy for Mazeikiu Nafta located in Lithuania