new construction projects

December 2004
Chemical Week;12/1/2004, Vol. 166 Issue 40, p27
Trade Publication
Presents updates on new construction projects in the chemical industry as of December 2004. Selection of Basell's Lupotech T technology by Sinopec for a low-density polyethylene plant at its complex in Maoming, China; Decision of Bayer MaterialScience regarding its aniline plant in Antwerp, Belgium; Plan of Akzo Nobel for the capacity of its ethyleneamines plant at Stenungsund, Sweden.


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