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MOL inaugurates butadiene facility; Europe's butadiene producers face softening demand
MOL (Budapest) has inaugurated a previously announced butadiene facility at Tiszaújváros, Hungary, the company announced today. The plant is expected to improve the profitability of the site by serveral billion Hungarian forints. The project was...

Air Liquide buys Messer's business in Turkey, sells Hungarian operation to Messer
Air Liquide said on Tuesday that it is acquiring the the Messer Group's (Bad Soden, Germany) Turkish subsidiary, which provides industrial, medical, and specialty gases to industries in Turkey. It has close to 70 employees and generated sale of some €9...

TVK changes name to MOL Petrochemicals
TVK (Tiszaújváros, Hungary), central Europe’s leading petrochemicals producer, has changed its name to MOL Petrochemicals as of the beginning of this month. This change follows Hungary’s energy major MOL (Budapest) increasing its...

Bidding in progress for Orpic's EPC packages
Orpic (Muscat) says bidding is under way for four engineering, procurement, and construction (EPC) packages for its previously announced Liwa plastics project. The complex will consist of a steam cracker and polymer plants at Sohar, Oman, near an existing...

Hungary's MOL reports big hike in petchem earnings
MOL (Budapest) says its petrochemical business's clean current cost of supplies-based Ebitda increased more than fivefold in the second quarter, to 46.1 billion forints ($161.8 million) compared with the corresponding period of last year. The business's...

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