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... Receives Unipol PP Technology Award in China

10:38 AM MDT | June 28, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Dow Technology Licensing, a Dow Chemical subsidiary, says that its Unipol technology has been selected for a polypropylene (PP) plant that will form part of a coal-to-olefins complex in China (CW, Feb. 14/21, p. 17). Shenua Baotou Coal Chemicals Co. (Baotou, China), part of state-owned coal mining and energy company Shenhua Group (Beijing), awarded the contract to Dow. The plant will have capacity for 300,000 m.t./year of PP. Shenhua Baotou’s coal-to-olefins complex, including the PP plant, is scheduled for completion in 2010 at Baotou in the autonomous...

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