Posts Tagged ‘Elastomers’

Gazprom to lead Neftekhim Salavat Ethylene $4.9 billon expansion

Gazprom creates All-Russia Gas Chemistry Center In 2011, Salavatnefteorgsintez changed name to become JSC Gazprom Neftekhim Salavat (GNS) in order to support the creation of the All-Russia Gas Chemistry Center for the expansion project on the existing Volga petrochemical complex in the Republic of Bashkortostan, Russia. This Gazprom–led project is […]

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Petronas moves forward on RAPID Petrochemicals despite delays

Petronas calls for tender RAPID Package 8 EPCC The Malaysia national oil company (NOC) Petronas has sent the invitation to bid (ITB) to the pre-qualified engineering companies for the Package 8 of the Refinery And Petrochemicals Integrated Development (RAPID) project despite the one year delay announced earlier. With an estimated […]

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SABIC in brief

Chemistry that matters Based in Ryadh, Saudi Arabia, SABIC stands for the Saudi Basic Industries Corporation, one of the largest petrochemical companies in the world with 40,000 employees running operations in 40 countries. SABIC was established in 1976 by Royal Decree to develop the downstream industries in Saudi Arabia while Saudi […]

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Sinopec to acquire interests in Sibur synthetic rubber

Sinopec to take shares in Russia Sibur’s facility On October 2012, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) and the Russian company Sibur signed Heads of Agreement to sell to the Chinese company shares of the Krasnoyarsk Synthetic Rubbers Plant JSC (KSRP). Sinopec is the second largest Chinese national oil company after PetroChina (CNPC) and […]

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Sumitomo Chemical in brief

Creative hybrid chemistry for a better tomorrow Registered in Tokyo and listed in Tokyo Stock Exchange, Japan, Sumitomo Chemical Company Limited (Sumitomo Chemical) was established in 1913 to solve  environmental issues. The smelting operations in the copper industry was emitting quantity of sulfur dioxide. Sumitomo Chemical was created to transform […]

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The Dow Chemicals in brief

Passionately innovate is more than a mission statement The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) is based in Midland, Michigan, USA, listed in Amsterdam, Brussels, London, New York (DOW), Paris, Switzerland and Tokyo. With approximately 52,000 employees in the world, Dow is pioneering the creation and development of innovative technologies and solutions […]

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Versalis takes ground on Asia-Pacific to go global

After Petronas Rapid joint venture Versalis go to China On April 2012, the Italian national oil company Eni decided to rename its chemical branch Polimeri Europa into Versalis. Beyond the branding operation, Eni intends to go global with its Europe centric chemical business to benefit from the high growth in […]

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Dow and Saudi Aramco continue to award Sadara packages

$20 billion Sadara project takes momentum in Al Jubail With 26 major production units, The Dow Chemical (Dow) and the Saudi National Oil Company Saudi Aramco are building up the world’s largest integrated petrochemical complex in Al Jubail Industrial City, in Al Sharqiya, 100 kilometers northwest Dammam in Saudi Arabia. Dow and […]

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Saudi Aramco and Sabic lead Middle-East downstream projects

$8.9 billion petrochemical projects awarded on H1-2012 Middle-East countries and especially Saudi Arabia have been extremely active on the Downstream sector during the first half 2012 in awarding $8.9 billion worth of petrochemical projects. Compared with last year this amount of capital expenditure represents 88% increase as only $1 billion […]

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Tecnicas Reunidas wins three EPC contracts in Sadara complex

Dow and Saudi Aramco $20 billion Sadara takes shape Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara) is a joint venture between The Dow Chemical Company (Dow) and Saudi Arabian Oil Company (Saudi Aramco). Once complete, Sadara petrochemical complex will be one of the world’s largest integrated chemical complex and the largest ever built in […]

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