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Russia to Build Huge Cracker; Solvay’s PVC Plan Expands
1:29 PM MDT | July 30, 2007 | Chemical Week Editorial Staff
Plans to build Russia’s first world-scale ethylene plant are taking shape, following a decision last month by several of the country’s production enterprises and by the Ministry of Economy and Trade (Moscow). The decision was taken at a meeting attended by chemical industry representatives from the regions of Tatarstan and Bashkiria, as well as by Gazprom, and headed by German Gref, Russia’s minister of economy and trade. It concluded that a 1-million m.t./year ethylene plant will be built at Orenburg or Kazan, and financed partly by the Russian...
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