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Badger licenses cumene technology to Petro Rabigh

8:48 PM MDT | July 31, 2013 | Natasha Alperowicz

Badger Licensing (Boston, MA) has announced that it has been awarded a contract by Aramco Services and Sumitomo Chemical to provide its proprietary technology for a 384,000-m.t./year grassroots cumene plant, which will be built as part of the Rabigh phase II project at Rabigh, Saudi Arabia. The contract includes technology license, engineering, training and start-up services for the cumene plant, due to start-up in 2016.   Rabigh phase II will comprise 23 process units and double the size of the existing complex. The facilities will produce acetone, acrylic...

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