UOP tech likely for ATC's PX...as well as for Thai phenol

Tan, Clara
August 2004
Asian Chemical News;8/23/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 457, p20
Trade Publication
States that Aromatics PCL is likely to appoint UOP as the licensor for its second aromatics project in Mab Ta Phut, Thailand. Volume of paraxylene that will be produced by the project; Contractors vying to get the project.


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