Middle East challenge for Dow

Gibson, Jane; Baker, John
September 2005
Chemical Market Reporter;9/19/2005, Vol. 268 Issue 9, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on the progress made by petrochemical companies in the Middle East. Addition of a second cracker and downstream units at the Shuaiba site of Equate Petrochemical Co. in Kuwait; Suggestion that Petrochemical Industries Co. and Dow Chemical Co. might look to Egypt and Qatar for their next projects; Investment of Dow in Oman through Oman Petrochemical Industries Co.


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