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Sanors licenses Davy's ethyl acetate technology

11:26 AM MST | November 19, 2013

SamaraNefteOrgsintez (Sanors; Novokuibyshevsk, Russia) announced that it has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Johnson Matthey Davy Technology to license the latter’s process to produce ethyl acetate. The MOU covers the key conditions of the licensing deal as well as technical support. Sanors plans to build an ethyl acetate plant at Novokuibyshevsk with capacity of up to 80,000 m.t./year. This would be Russia’s first ethyl acetate manufacturing facility. Sanors says the new plant will form part of a world-scale petrochemicals complex, which...

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