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Ineos to license polyethylene technology to Ascent

9:04 AM MDT | October 1, 2014 | Natasha Alperowicz

Ineos Technologies announced today that it has entered into license agreements for its Innovene S and Innovene G polyethylene (PE) technologies to be used by the proposed Appalachian Shale Cracker Enterprise (Ascent) petrochemical complex currently being...


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Malaysian-Japanese alliance eyeing big share of Asian packaging film market with large investment

Scientex (Shah Alam, Malaysia) will invest more than 300 million Malaysian ringgit ($91.6 billion) over the next three years to expand biaxially oriented polypropylene (BOPP) and polyethylene (PE) film capacity as well as to start producing cast polypropylene...

Nippon Shokubai confirms plan to expand SAP capacity at Himeji

Nippon Shokubai today confirmed plans to expand superabsorbent polymers (SAP) production capacity at the company’s Himeji, Japan site, in order to meet strong growth in global demand. SAP capacity at the site, as previously reported, will be increased...

Dow to produce acrylic polymers in Jebel Ali for roof coatings

Dow Construction Chemicals will launch a new technology this week that meets the growing demand for energy efficient cool reflective roof coatings (CRRC) in the Middle East region. The new material is a water based acrylic polymer designed specifically for...

Styrolution completes transparent styrene copolymer projects

Styrolution says it will begin production of NAS and Zylar transparent styrene copolymers at a new plant in Ludwigshafen, Germany, in early October. The company has already begun production of NAS in Decatur, AL....

Czech-based firm plans membrane-cell chlor-alkali plant in Slovakia

Energochemica (Prague) says it plans to build a membrane-cell chlor-alkali plant at the Strázske, Slovakia manufacturing site of the company's Chemko subsidiary. The project would cost "tens of millions of euros" and be completed by 2017...

Hexcel to invest $250 million in its first carbon fiber plant in France

Hexcel announced today that it will expand its carbon fiber production capacity through new precursor and carbon fiber lines at Roussillon, France. The $250-million investment will also include the associated quality control laboratories and offices. The new...

Ineos and ADPO sign logistics cooperation agreement for port of Antwerp

Ineos and ADPO (Beveren, Belgium), a logistics provider specializing in liquid bulk, have signed an agreement that will give ADPO's new terminal water access to the river Scheldt, via the existing jetty at Ineos' phenol operations at Antwerp. The...

Enterprise to double natural gas processing capacity in Delaware Basin

Enterprise Products Partners (Houston) plans to build a cryogenic natural gas processing plant in Eddy County, NM, and associated pipeline infrastructure to support the growing production of liquids-rich natural gas in the Delaware Basin. The plant, which is slated to begin operations in the first quarter of 2016, will provide access to petrochemical plants and export facilities on the US Gulf Coast, says the company....

Sirius Minerals submits planning application for UK potash project

Sirius Minerals (London) is today submitting to the local authorities its planning applications for the mine and mineral transport system (MTS) and for the materials handling facility (MHF) for the York potash project in the United Kingdom, the company has...

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