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Badger to Provide Cumene Technology for Plant in China
October 19, 2011 | Ian Young
Badger Licensing has been awarded a contract by Lihuayi Weiyuan Chemical to provide technology for a 300,000-m.t./year cumene plant at Dongying, China. Badger's contract includes technology license, engineering, start-up services, and training. Cumene, a precursor to the production of phenol, has seen strong worldwide demand growth recently, particularly in China, Badger says. "We believe this plant will help Lihuayi become a major player in the Chinese phenolics industry," says Mark Healey, president of Badger. Badger Licensing is a joint venture...
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