Saudi Kayan, Petrokemya build polyethylene plant in Jubail

Saudi Kayan, Petrokemya to build polyethylene plant in Jubail

6:19 AM, 26th December 2012
Saudi Kayan, Petrokemya to build polyethylene plant in Jubail


JUBAIL, SAUDI ARABIA: Saudi Kayan Petrochemical Company has agreed a deal with Petrokemya, a subsidiary of Saudi Basic Industries Company (SABIC), to build a new polyethylene plant in Jubail. The firms will each own a 50 per cent share in the Ultra High Molecular Weight plant, which will be built at Saudi Kayan’s existing complex. The Front End Engineering Design works is currently taking place for a plant capable of producing 35,000 metric tonne per year. The plant is expected to open during the second half of 2014.

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