Dow Davy license technology Wison Clean Energy in China

Dow and Davy license technology to Wison Clean Energy in China

5:32 AM, 31st October 2011
Dow and Davy license technology to Wison Clean Energy in China
Dow headquarters in US.

MIDLAND, US/LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM/SHANGHAI, CHINA: Davy Process Technology (DPT), a Johnson Matthey company and Dow Chemical’s Oxygenated Solvents business announced that Wison (Nanjing) Clean Energy Co Ltd, located in Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park in China, has selected LP Oxo selector 10 technology for its new oxo alcohols plant in Nanjing, China. With this licence, Wison Energy will build a LP Oxo plant with capacity of 125 kta of 2-ethylhexanol and 125 kta of butanols. Wison Energy’s Nanjing Plant currently operates a 600 kta carbon monoxide plant and supplies carbon monoxide, synthesis gas, hydrogen, and methanol to other facilities located in the Nanjing Chemical Industry Park.

“We are honoured Wison Energy has selected our technology. This will be our 47th LP Oxo project and we look forward to working with Wison Energy from process design to successful start-up,” said Antoine Bordet, Managing Director, DPT.

In addition to the license agreement, Dow and Wison Energy also signed a product purchase agreement whereby Dow will purchase a portion of product over a certain period of time from Wison Energy’s LP Oxo plant.

“By introduction of the LP Oxo technology from DPT and Dow, as well as signing a supply agreement with Dow, it helps us to broaden our product portfolio and enhance our strategic position to become a leading basic chemical raw material supplier in China by adopting advanced and clean technology,” said Liu Hongjun, General Manager, Wison Energy.

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