INEOS licenses Innovene polypropylene technology Chinese firm

INEOS licenses Innovene polypropylene technology to Chinese firm

9:43 PM, 19th March 2012
INEOS licenses Innovene polypropylene technology to Chinese firm
Peter Williams, CEO, INEOS Technologies.

ILLINOIS, US: INEOS Technologies has licensed the Innovene polypropylene process to China Shenhua, Beijing Engineering Company, for the manufacture of polypropylene resins including homopolymers, random copolymers and impact copolymers. The new plant will be located in Yulin City, Shaanxi province with a production capacity of 300 kilo tonne per annum.

China Shenhua is the first company to commercialize the MTO (methanol to olefins) process. This Innovene polypropylene plant will be part of their second MTO complex. “We appreciate the very good relationship developed with China Shenhua Group and we look forward to further cooperation with China Shenhua as they expand their business in the coal chemical industry,” said Peter Williams, CEO, INEOS Technologies.

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