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Saltic picks Hanwha for chlor-alkali and EDC complex in Oman

2:51 AM MDT | October 30, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Saltic (Salalah, Oman) has appointed Hanwha Engineering & Construction to build a $500-million chlor-alkali and ethylene dichloride (EDC) complex at the Salalah free zone in Oman. Saltic has been granted an industrial license by the government of Oman and signed a 25-year lease, with an option to extend, with Salalah Free Zone, for about 35 hectares of land for the project. The company has also received an environmental permit from the Ministry of Environmental and Climatic Affairs (Muscat) to proceed with the complex.   The complex will be designed to...

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