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  1. Lukoil's Stavrolen plans polypropylene plant

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    Wed, 20 Jul 2005

  2. Sasol to expand Secunda polypropylene plant

    Sasol Polymers, Johannesburg, plans to expand its polypropylene facilities in Secunda, South Africa. The new plant, which will have an annual capacity of 300,000 tonnes, will produce homopolymers, random copolymers, and impact copolymers. Startup is expected in 2006.

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    Tue, 17 Feb 2004

  3. POLYPROPYLENE UNIT SLATED FOR MOSCOW

    Moscow Oil Refinery (MOR) has let a $200 million contract to Italy's Tecnimont for construction of a 100,000 metric ton/year polypropylene plant at the Moscow complex, MOR, a Russian state agency that holds controlling interest in the 88,700 b/d Moscow refinery, will finance the project through ...

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    Mon, 2 Nov 1992

  4. DEWITT STUDY SEES GROWTH FOR POLYPROPYLENE IN 1990S

    Polypropylene has been one of the fastest growing polymers in volume during recent years. That will continue into the 1990s, says a study by DeWitt & Co. Inc., Houston. Trade patterns will change significantly as new polypropylene plants go on line in various countries around the world. Between ...

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    Mon, 17 Sep 1990

  5. FINA POLYPROPYLENE PLANT DUE EXPANSION

    FINA Inc., Dallas, plans a big expansion at its La Porte, Tex., petrochemical plant, making it the largest single site polypropylene plant in the world. The $100 million project, calling for an eighth production line using FINA technology, will boost capacity by 400 million lb/year to a total of ...

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    Mon, 11 Jul 1994

  6. Atofina names new polypropylene vice-president

    Scott McEwen has been named vice-president, polypropylene , for Houston-based Atofina Petrochemicals Inc., the petrochemical branch of TotalFinaElf SA.

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    Mon, 19 Aug 2002

  7. Borealis awards Jacobs polypropylene expansion contracts

    Borealis AS, Copenhagen, awarded two contracts to a subsidiary of Jacobs Engineering Group Inc., Pasadena, Calif., for services related to the expansion of polypropylene production capacity at Borealis facilities in Schwechat, Austria, and Ronningen, Norway.

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    Thu, 16 Sep 2004

  8. PTT unit lets contract for Thai polypropylene plant

    HMC Polymers has awarded a $185 million contract to South Korea's GS Engineering & Construction to build a polypropylene plant in Rayong, southeast of Bangkok.

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    Tue, 10 Jul 2007

  9. ADSORBENT KEY TO POLYPROPYLENE CATALYST ACTIVITY

    Jean-Claude Detrait, Jacques F. Grootjans Fina Research SA Feluy, Belgium Propylene streams from the refinery fluid catalytic cracking unit and delayed coker contaminants that are poisons to polymerization catalysts. A new sorbent catalyst, called Prosorb, allows petrochemical producers to clean up ...

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    Mon, 10 Oct 1994

  10. LyondellBasell to shed Argentinian petrochemical assets

    LyondellBasell, Houston, has reached an agreement for the sale of its wholly owned subsidiary Petroken Petroquimica Ensenada SA (Petroken), which operates a 180,000-tonne/year polypropylene (PP) plant in the port city of Ensenada, 50 km southeast of Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    Tue, 18 Aug 2015

  11. MRPL commissions unit at Mangalore refining complex

    Mangalore Refinery & Petrochemicals Ltd. (MRPL) has started the process of commissioning an integrated polypropylene unit at its refinery in Mangalore, India, following the recent completion of a modernization project designed to increase the capacity and flexibility of crude oil processing at the ...

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    Tue, 3 Mar 2015

  12. PP industry will benefit

    Unprecedented producer consolidations and technological changes will continue to change competition in the polypropylene industry.

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    Mon, 29 Jan 2001

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