Tag: polypropylene

Lummus Technology awarded a technology contract

Lummus Technology announced that it has been awarded a technology contract by Shandong Yulong Petrochemical Co., Ltd., a subsidiary of China's Nanshan Group.

Sumitomo Chemical acquires Emas Plastik A.S

Sumitomo Chemical has acquired Emas Plastik A.S. and its affiliated companies a major plastic compounder group in Turkey through Sumika Polymer Compounds Europe Ltd., a Sumitomo Chemical's subsidiary, to further advance the global development of its polypropylene (PP) compound business.

Keeping Braskem PP5 on track

The sprawling site hosts several chemical plants involved in the production of raw materials and further processed chemical products. Stainless Steel World visited the site to speak with Mr. Roberto Funger, Senior Inspection Engineer.

First polypropylene tanks installed at NSSC

Siemens Industry Inc has installed Japan's first polypropylene process tanks at Japanese Nippon Steel & Sumikin Stainless Steel Corporation. Siemens designed and installed the polypropylene pickling tanks for the No.

Saudi chemical complex

Sahara Petrochemical Company and Basell Holdings Middle East GmbH have announced the signing of an agreement to construct a 450 KT per year polypropylene plant and propane dehydrogenation unit at Al-Jubail Industrial City in Saudi Arabia.

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.

Norway: petrochemical expansions

Borealis will expand its Noretyl ethylene cracker, a 50:50 joint venture with Hydro Polymers at Rafnes, and debottleneck its own polypropylene plant at Rønningen.

Russia’s Nizhnekamsk builds new plant

One of Russia's largest petrochemical companies, OAO Nizhnekamskneftekhim, plans to build a USD 125 million plant by 2006 to produce polypropylene.

Chinese polypropylene (4/4)

Tecnimont (Italy) has won contracts to build three polypropylene plants.

Italy’s Edison unit wins Chinese deal

Italy's second-biggest energy group Edison has announced that its engineering and construction unit Tecnimont has won a USD 220 million deal to build a polyolefin complex, part of China's huge petrochemical project.