South Africa: polypropylene plant

Technip has been awarded by Sasol a contract worth EUR 47 million for a large-capacity polypropylene plant to be built at Secunda, 150km SE of Johannesburg, South Africa. The plant is based on BP’s Innovene gas-phase technology. This project will be carried out by the Technip’s engineering center based in Lyon, France, which will perform engineering, procurement services, construction supervision and overall project management, with support from Technip South Africa. The delivery of the plant “ready for commissioning” is scheduled for December 2005.

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