NIGERIAN PETROCHEMICAL PROJECT AIMS TO START PRODUCTION BY MIDYEAR

Nigeria's multibillion dollar Eleme petrochemical complex is scheduled to produce its first batch of polymer resins by midyear. Work on processing units, associated utilities, and offsite facilities, more than 98% complete, is targeted for completion very soon. Test runs will follow for the complex being built and operated by state owned Nigerian National Petroleum Co. near Port Harcourt.

Apr 4th, 1994
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