EQUATE restarts ethylene glycol unit

EQUATE restarts ethylene glycol unit

10:25 AM, 5th November 2012
EQUATE restarts ethylene glycol unit

SALMIYA, KUWAIT: EQUATE Petrochemical Company has restarted the 550,000 metric tonne annually ethylene glycol unit. “The unit was successfully restarted after being shutdown last July following a fire incident. Through the cooperation of its world-class workforce, EQUATE successfully restarted the unit at an earlier date than the previously announced mid-November target. EQUATE is the only entity authorized to issue statements regarding this matter and all other issues relevant to its operations,” said an EQUATE official.

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