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contract for a 320,000 tonne/year high-density polyethylene plant to be built at Wesseling, Germany. Tecnimont ..... s largest producer of polypropylene and a leader in polyethylene and advanced polyolefin products.
said it will shut down an older crude processing unit and a polyethylene production unit as part of a restructuring effort at its Grangemouth ..... projects including expansion of the site's ethylene and polyethylene capacity, new polypropylene and ethanol production units
decided to complete construction of a polyethylene plant at Porvoo, Finland, which had ..... market and surplus capacity in European polyethylene production caused the postponement ..... increase Borealis' competitiveness in polyethylene ." The plant is designed to produce
has delayed the schedule to resume polyethylene production at its Houston Chemical ..... stream in fourth quarter 1990. The polyethylene unit was heavily damaged by explosions ..... schedule for resumption will allow polyethylene production to be controlled from a
technology to China Petrochemical International Co. Ltd. (Sinopec) for a planned 350,000 tonne/year, high-density polyethylene plant to be built in China. The plant will be constructed at Sinopec's Maoming Petrochemical complex in China's Guangdong
subsidiary of Germany's ThyssenKrupp Engineering, to build a 200-million-deutschemark, 300,000-tonnes/year polyethylene plant that Krupp says will be the largest of its kind in the world. The plant will be built in the Marun Petrochemical Complex
based Iranian engineering firm Nargan a contract for the design and construction of a 300,000 tonne/year low-density polyethylene unit for the nineth Olefins Complex at Asaluyeh. The contract is worth 100 million euros net to Technip-Coflexip, the
PLC (NPC) awarded a $67.89 million contract to the South Korean conglomerate Samsung Engineering Co. to build a new polyethylene plant. The contract forms a key part of the $130 million investment NPC is putting into building the 250,000 tonne
procurement, module fabrication, and construction support services for a 450,000-tonne/year (tpy) linear low-density polyethylene plant (LLDPE) to be included at the complex, Toyo Engineering said. TEK’s scope of work under the contract additionally
and Germany's BASF AG. The acquisition, effective Oct. 1, gives ExxonMobil Chemical full ownership of the plant, which manufactures linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) resins. Details of the deal were not provided.