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BASF, Gazprom abandon energy asset swap
BASF and Gazprom (Moscow) have abandoned plans for an energy asset swap that had been due for completion at the end of this year. Wintershall (Kassel, Germany), a BASF subsidiary,  was due to transfer its 50% stake in a natural gas trading and storage...

Sibur's propane dehydrogenation plant reaches full capacity
UOP, a Honeywell subsidiary, says its C3 Oleflex process technology plant owned by Sibur (Moscow) has reached full capacity utilization. The facility, based at Tobolsk, Russia, will help meet the global supply shortage of the plastics building block. The...

Uralkali reports strong results, expects record potash deliveries this year
Uralkali (Berezniki, Russia), one of the largest potash producers, today announced its third-quarter results with revenues up 5% on the year-earlier quarter at $896 million. Production was up 19% at 3.2 million m.t. of potassium chloride (KCl) with sales...

Air Products to build ASU in Russia to supply industrial gases to Sibur
Sibur (Moscow) says that one of its subsidiaries, which specializes in processing liquid hydrocarbons and producing a number of petrochemical products, and Air Products have entered into an agreement for a new air separation unit (ASU) at Perm, Russia...

Orica commissions explosives plant in Russia to serve PhosAgro
Orica has commissioned a $25.0-million emulsion explosives plant in the Murmansk region in Russia that will supply PhosAgro (Moscow) subsidiary Apatit. The plant is based at Apatit’s Vostochniy mine. Orica, a global leader in the production and use of...

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