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Company News

In this section you can find updates from suppliers, manufacturers, fabricators and stockists of stainless steel material. This company news section is updated regularly with the latest company news from within the global stainless steel world community. If you wish to include your newsrelease on our website and email newsletter, please feel free to contact Joanne McIntyre.

Stolt wins Nigeria contract

Stolt Offshore SA has won a contract from ExxonMobil’s Nigeria subsidiary for the flowlines and risers on the Erha field offshore Nigeria in a water depth of 1200 metres.

Pemex plans gas contracts

After delaying the bidding for controversial new contracts to produce natural gas in northern Mexico, Pemex now expects to award the contracts by mid-2003, a company official has said.

Polyethylene plant in Iran

Pars Petrochemical Company – a wholly owned affiliate of the National Petrochemical Company of Iran – has just awarded Technip-Coflexip and its Iranian partner Nargan, an EPC contract for the design and construction of a low density polyethylene plant for the 9th Olefins Complex at Asaluyeh.

Pemex to tender two petrochem projects

The petrochemical unit of Mexico's state oil company Pemex will launch a tender in February 2003 for two petrochemical complexes, one at Coatzacoalcos in Veracruz state, and the other at Altamira in Tamaulipas state.

Kinder Morgan invests in terminals

Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP has announced three initiatives that will further expand the company's growing terminals business.

Clean Coal power project

Clean Coal Power Resources has announced plans for a USD 4.5 billion project in Illinois that includes a huge underground coal mine, a coal gasification plant and a 2400-MW generating facility.

Russo-German joint gas venture

The largest German oil company Wintershall (Kassel) and Gazprom are planning to set up a joint company for the exploitation of hard-to-access gas deposits in western Siberia.

Ethylene furnace at Oyster Creek

Dow Chemical Company will begin construction in November for the addition of a new ethylene furnace at its Oyster Creek plant located in Freeport, Texas.

India boosts refinery capacity

India's state-owned refining and marketing firm Bharat Petroleum Corp. plans to expand the capacity of its Bombay refinery to 12 million metric tons a year from 6.90 million tons by October 2004.

Clean fuels at Texas refinery

Chicago Bridge & Iron Company NV, through its subsidiary Howe-Baker International, has won a contract from Valero Energy Corporation to design and build a 53,000 bpd gasoline desulpuhrisation unit at Valero's 243,000 bpd refinery in Texas City, Texas, USA.
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