Invista P8 technology used by Fujian Billion new PTA line

Invista P8 technology used by Fujian Billion for new PTA line

11:32 AM, 21st August 2018
Invista P8 technology used by Fujian Billion for new PTA line
Fujian Billion Petrochemicals to utilize Invista's latest P8 technology for its 2.5 million tonne PTA line.

KANSAS, US: Invista’s technology and licensing group, Invista Performance Technologies (IPT), and Fujian Billion Petrochemicals Co Ltd have reached agreement to license Invista’s latest purified terephthalic acid (PTA) process technology for a new PTA line.

The PTA line will have a design capacity of 2.5 million metric tonnes (mmt) per year and will be installed in Fujian Province, China. The targeted project start-up date would be in August 2020.

“We are honoured that our advanced, industry-leading P8 technology has been selected. Our demonstrated ability to deliver a fast schedule and the fact that our technology is proven were key factors in our selection. This represents a new chapter for deployment of Invista’s P8 PTA technology aimed at creating competitive advantage for our global customers,” said Mike Pickens, IPT president.

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