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process. The company also claims the end products are higher in quality than those produced via other methods. Royco's new plant will reprocess 3,000 tonnes/year of waste. It plans to sell its facilities in domestic and foreign markets, including
Saudi International Petrochemical Co. (Sipchem) announced earlier this month that affiliate International Polymers Co. has awarded the engineering design, procurement, and construction work for an ethylene vinyl acetate (EVA) plant to G.S. Engineering & Construction Corp., South Korea.
The U.K. Health and Safety Executive (HSE), London, announced a new computer model to enable plant operators to improve the effectiveness of warnings to the public in the case of a major incident. The government safety watchdog said the model will allow accurate risk assessment for site and ...
complexes on the US Gulf Coast. Dow has complexes at Plaquemine, La., and Freeport and La Porte, Tex. Dow says the new plant will its first plant to utilize a new co-product POSM process. The complex is scheduled for completion in mid-2004
European sulphur content legislation due to come into force in 2005. According to the Norwegian oil and gas giant, the new plant , expected to be up and running by 2002, will cut the sulphur content of diesel oil by 80%, from 0.005% to just
power generation projects. The IRS ruling exempts from taxation the cost of building transmission lines to connect a new plant to the electric grid. Both investor-owned utilities and independent generators who often don't see eye to eye on
minimum investment is important in today's process industries. Revamping a process plant is more complex than building a new plant . Revamps require a thorough knowledge and expertise of detailed material and energy balances. A process simulator is
Jubail Industrial City plant site in Saudi Arabia. The new plant is expected to go on stream by yearend 2005. A second ..... acquisition of $1.154 billion in financing for the new plant (OGJ Online, Jan. 9, 2003).
same amount to build but will be cheaper to operate. The new plant will have a generating cost of about �5/kw-hr compared ..... its cooling water. The TEPCO decision to construct a new plant comes at a time when nuclear incidents have led to a decline
research confirms no correlation exists between cash margins and decisions of a large chemical producer to invest in a new plant ; specific corporate priorities rather than a "trigger" point mechanism determine the timing. A popular theory, often