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PKN Awards P-Xylene Contract to Technip

2:41 PM MDT | July 18, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff

PKN Orlen (Plock, Poland) has awarded a €160-million ($218 million) contract to Technip to build a para-xylene plant at PKN’s Plock refinery. The contract covers engineering, procurement, supply of equipment and materials, and technical assistance. The 400,000-m.t./year p-xylene plant will use technology supplied by UOP, a Honeywell subsidiary. It is due to be completed in December 2009. Separately Unipetrol (Prague), a PKN subsidiary, has signed an agreement with Kaucuk (Kralupy, Czech Republic) for a previously announced 51-49 joint venture that will...

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