INEOS licenses Innovene PP Process Chinese firm

INEOS licenses Innovene PP Process to Chinese firm

4:36 AM, 20th November 2012
INEOS licenses Innovene PP Process to Chinese firm
Peter Williams, CEO, INEOS Technologies.

LAUSANNE, SWITZERLAND: INEOS Technologies has licensed its Innovene PP Process for the manufacture of homopolymers, random copolymers and impact copolymers to China Shenhua Coal to Chemical Xinjiang Coal Chemical Company, a subsidiary of China Shenhua Group Corporation Limited located in Urumqi City, Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region of China.

The 450 kilo tonne per annum Innovene PP plant, downstream from a MTO unit, will produce a wide range of polypropylene products to serve the growing PP market in China. “INEOS Technologies is proud of the fact that China Shenhua Group Corporation Limited has again chosen INEOS technology platform for the development of its polypropylene business,” said Peter Williams, CEO, INEOS Technologies.

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