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Reliance Goes Ahead with Indian Mega Cracker

1:43 PM MDT | March 7, 2007 | Ian Young

Reliance Industries says it will go ahead with previously announced plans to build a huge olefins complex at Jamnagar, India (CW, May 3, 2006, p. 18). The Reliance board approved the project, which will involve a total investment of $3 billion, on February 24. The Jamnagar complex will have overall olefins capacity of 2 million m.t./year. It will use refinery off-gases and other refinery byproducts as feedstock to produce ethylene, propylene, and downstream commodity and specialty chemicals, Reliance says. Completion is scheduled for 2010-11. Reliance tells CW it...

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