BP gets Chinese government approval construction PTA plant

BP gets Chinese government approval for construction of PTA plant

4:58 AM, 19th June 2013
BP gets Chinese government approval for construction of PTA plant

ZHUHAI, CHINA/ LONDON, UK: BP and Zhuhai Port Co, received final approvals from the Chinese Government for the construction of a third purified terephthalic acid (PTA) plant, at Zhuhai, Guangdong, China. The plant will have an annual capacity of 1.25 million tonne and is expected to start up in late 2014.

“This plant will be using BP’s latest proprietary technology and should make BP Zhuhai the most competitive PTA producer in the world. As one of the largest PTA producers in the world, our aim is to invest continuously in the right projects as well as invest to improve the competitiveness of our PTA sites and PTA joint ventures globally,” said Nick Elmslie, Chief Executive, Global Petrochemicals, BP.

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