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Sabic Invites Bids to Construct Polyacetal Unit at Al Jubail

5:34 AM MDT | August 31, 2012

Sabic has invited bids for the construction of a previously announced 50,000-m.t./year polyacetal plant at its National Methanol (Ibn Sina) affiliate at Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia. Ibn Sina is owned 50% by Sabic and 25% each by Celanese and an affiliate of Duke Energy. Companies invited to submit proposals by October 24, 2012, are Dragados (Madrid); China National Chemical Engineering (Beijing); CTCI (Taipei); and Seoul-based Hyundai Engineering, Daelim Industrial, Hanwha Engineering, and SK Engineering and Construction. Sabic signed an agreement with Celanese in...

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