CNOOC To Produce HDPE In China | New HDPE Plant in China Produce 400 kilo tonne High Density Polyethylene

Ineos licenses Innovene Process technology to CNOOC

4:36 AM, 12th July 2013
News on CNOOC Industry

ROLLE, SWITZERLAND/HONG KONG, CHINA: Ineos Technologies has licensed its Innovene S Process for the manufacture of medium density and high density polyethylene to CNOOC Oil and Petrochemical Company Limited for its cracker complex located in Huizhou City, Guangdong Province, China. The 400 kilo tonne per annum Innovene S High-density polyethylene (HDPE) plant will produce a wide range of polyethylene grades to serve the growing HDPE demand in China.

“Ineos is delighted to have been selected by CNOOC as its licensing partner for the HDPE plant at Huizhou. We look forward to working with the CNOOC team to deliver an asset that will meet fully both the current and future requirements of CNOOC’s customers,” said Peter Williams, CEO, Ineos Technologies.

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