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Ineos Still Eager to Expand Norwegian Cracker

10:26 AM MST | January 16, 2009

Ineos has welcomed a decision by Skanled (Oslo) to press ahead with construction of a pipeline that will transport gas from Kårstø, Norway to industrial sites in Norway, including: Rafnes, where Ineos operates a petrochemical complex; western Sweden; and Denmark. Ineos says it is committed to a previously announced program to expand its Rafnes gas cracker using gas from the Skanled pipeline (CW, Oct. 24, 2007, p. 19). Skanled, a consortium, announced last week that it would proceed with the pipeline project after dropping plans for an associated...

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