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Toyo-Thai Lands H2O2 Contract in Thailand

9:19 AM MST | November 24, 2008 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

Toyo-Thai Corp. says it has received a contract for engineering, procurement, and construction management for a previously announced hydrogen peroxide (H2O2) complex that will be built at Map Ta Phut, Thailand by MTP HP JV Thailand, a joint venture between Dow Chemical and Solvay (CW June 9/16, p. 24). The 330,000-m.t./year plant, the world’s largest H2O2 unit, will form part of a hydrogen peroxide-propylene oxide jv planned by Dow and Siam Cement. The propylene oxide plant, based on a novel process developed by BASF and Dow, will be designed to...

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