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UOP’s Methanol-to-Olefins Technology Selected by Chinese Firm

1:05 AM MDT | July 6, 2011 | Deepti Ramesh

UOP, a Honeywell subsidiary, says that its methanol-to-olefins technology has been selected by Wison Nanjing Clean Energy Co. (Nanjing, China) to use methanol from natural gas or coal, to produce petrochemicals, at the company’s existing production site at Nanjing. The facility will be one of the world’s first methanol-to-olefin production facilities, and it will produce 295,000 m.t./year of ethylene and propylene, UOP says. UOP will provide technology licenses, basic engineering, catalysts, adsorbents, specialty equipment and technical services for...

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