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Sibur-Solvay JV Shortlists Contractors for Vinyls Plant

8:37 AM MST | November 21, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

RusVinyl, a 50-50 joint venture between Sibur (Moscow) and SolVin (Brussels), has shortlisted contractors to build a previously announced €650-million ($954 million) chlor-alkali and polyvinyl chloride complex at Kstovo, Russia, Sibur CEO Dmitry Konov tells CW. SolVin is a 75-25 jv between Solvay and BASF. The RusVinyl complex will use Solvay technology. The shortlisted contractors are “those that normally work with Solvay,” Konov says. An announcement will be made within a few months, he adds. Financing for RusVinyl is not yet in place, Jacques...

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