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Sibur Selects Linde for World-Scale Olefins Project in Siberia

11:53 AM MDT | June 21, 2012 | Ian Young

Sibur (Moscow), Russia's biggest producer of petrochemicals, says it has awarded a licensing and front-end engineering design (FEED) contract to Linde for a previously announced world-scale olefins plant at Tobolsk, Western Siberia. A contract was signed today in St. Petersburg, Russia by Sibur chairman and majority shareholder Leonid Mikhelson; Linde chairman and CEO Wolfgang Reitzle; and Linde board member Aldo Belloni. The olefins plant will form part of Sibur's planned ZapSibNeftekhim (Western Siberian Petrochemicals) complex. The plant will have capacity for...

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