LyondellBasell grants Lupotech T technology license Reliance

LyondellBasell grants Lupotech T technology license to Reliance

9:28 AM, 6th December 2012
LyondellBasell grants Lupotech T technology license to Reliance
Bob Patel, Senior Vice President, Olefins and Polyolefins, Europe, Asia, International and Technology, LyondellBasell.

ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: Reliance Industries Limited has selected the LyondellBasell Lupotech T process technology for a low density polyethylene (LDPE) plant to be built at the Reliance refinery in Jamnagar, India.

“The Lupotech T license granted to Reliance is our 23rd to be granted over the past 10 years. With nearly 11 million tonne of licensed capacity to date, Lupotech T has established itself as the clear market leader in high pressure LDPE technology,” said Bob Patel, Senior Vice President, Olefins and Polyolefins, Europe, Asia, International and Technology, LyondellBasell.

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