Samsung Total selects Lupotech T process technology LyondellBasell

Samsung Total selects Lupotech T process technology of LyondellBasell

1:01 AM, 6th February 2012
Samsung Total selects Lupotech T process technology of LyondellBasell

PARIS, FRANCE/ ROTTERDAM, THE NETHERLANDS: LyondellBasell announced that Samsung Total Petrochemicals, a joint venture of Samsung Group and Total, has selected Lupotech T process technology from LyondellBasell for a new 200 kilo tonne per year low density polyethylene (LDPE) and ethyl vinyl acetate (EVA) copolymer plant. The plant will be built at the Daesan Petrochemical Complex in Daesan, South Korea and is scheduled for start-up in 2013. Samsung Total also operates a 250 kilo tonne per year Spherizone polypropylene plant licensed from LyondellBasell at the Daesan petrochemical complex.

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