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Perstorp to build butene-based facility at Stenungsund

9:36 AM MDT | October 28, 2013

Perstorp (Perstorp, Sweden) is investing about 1 billion Swedish kronor ($153.8 million) to develop a production platform at Stenungsund, Sweden—the largest investment the company has made, Perstorp told CW on the sidelines of the K plastics trade show, held 16–23 October at Düsseldorf. The platform will be based on butene and receive feedstock from Borealis’s ethane cracker at Stenungsund. Perstorp’s new plant, with initial capacity for 60,000 m.t./year of valeric aldehyde, is expected to be onstream in 2015. The plant’s capacity can be scaled up...

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