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Kuwait Set to Build Third Olefins Plant

8:57 AM MST | November 11, 2011 | Natasha Alperowicz

Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC; Kuwait City) is expected to go ahead with the country’s long-planned third olefins project. Mohammed Al Busairi, Kuwait Oil Minister and chairman of KPC, says that KPC has completed the feasibility study into the project. The unit will be based on a mixed-feed cracker, using gas and liquid feedstocks, Maha Mulla Hussain, chairperson of Petrochemical Industries Co. (PIC) told the local media. The complex is expected to be built at Al Zour, downstream from a new refinery being built by Kuwait National Petroleum Corporation...

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Comments (2) for Kuwait Set to Build Third Olefins Plant
1.
Great Article!
Posted by ChemWeek Reader on Friday, November 4, 2011 @ 11:04 AM
2.
Al-Busairi is oil minister and board chairman of KPC. KPC CEO is Farouk Al-Zanki. Check www.kpc.com.kw
Posted by Ali on Friday, November 4, 2011 @ 11:09 AM










 
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