- SPC Invests in Caojing Zone. Young, Ian // Chemical Week;1/12/2000, Vol. 162 Issue 2, p21
Reports on the plan of Shanghai Petrochemical (SPC) to acquire a stake in Shanghai Chemical Industry Park in China. Value of the acquisition; Development of the Caojing chemical zone at Hangzhou Bay, southwest of Shanghai; Other Chinese and multinational companies interested to build plants in...
- Cutbacks pay off as industry thrives in China. // Asian Chemical News;11/10/2003, Vol. 10 Issue 423, p8
Assesses the status of the chemical industry in China as of November 2003. Factors which contributed to the strong financial performance of chemical companies in 2003; Increase in the production of polyethylene by Shanghai Petrochemical Co.; Potential challenges in the chemical industry.
- Sinopec may idle Jinshan cracker. Peh Soo Hwee // ICIS Chemical Business;9/23/2013, Vol. 284 Issue 8, p19
The article reports on the intent by the company Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical to postpone its project to build a naphtha cracker in Jinshan, China as of 2013.
- Shanghai Petrochemical takes on services management role. Young, Ian // Chemical Week;11/5/1997, Vol. 159 Issue 42, p24
States that Shanghai Petrochemical (SPC) Co. Ltd. company agreed to assume the management of six of its services and equipment suppliers. Subsidiaries included in the agreement; Person to assume the vacant position of the company's president.
- BP advances on China cracker plan. // Chemical Market Reporter;10/28/96, Vol. 250 Issue 18, p3
Focuses on the 50-50 joint venture of Shanghai Petrochemical Ltd. and BP Chemicals for the construction of a petrochemical complex around a 650,000 metric-ton cracker. Terms of agreement; Use of BP's propane based technology; Ethylene capacity production; Business history of BP in China.
- Shanghai Petrochemical fights on despite continuing recession in Asia. Oey, Patricia // Chemical Market Reporter;05/11/98, Vol. 253 Issue 19, p26
Focuses on the financial performance of Shanghai Petrochemical Co. Ltd. for 1997. Comparison with 1996 figures; Decline in net profit; Increased crude oil costs; Decision to adjust mix of crude oil processed; Chinese government's setting of the price of crude oil slightly higher than it is on...
- Chemicals Industry Profile: China. // Chemicals Industry Profile: China;Jan2013, p1
The article presents an analysis on the chemicals market in China, particularly in 2007-2016. The market consists of such chemicals as speciality chemicals, commodity chemicals and agricultural chemicals. The leading firms in the market are BASF SE, the Sinochem Group and the Sinopec Shanghai...
- Asia Watch. Kovac, Matt // ICIS Chemical Business;6/26/2006, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p12
The article presents news briefs concerning the chemical industry in Asia as of June 2006. South Korean textile and petrochemical industries are forecast to see a downturn in the second half according to the South Korea Chamber of Commerce and Industry. Sinopec Shanghai Petrochemical hopes to...
- SPC favoured. Hariharan, Malini // Asian Chemical News;4/5/2004, Vol. 10 Issue 440, p15
Discusses the plan of Shanghai Petrochemical Co. to expand its petrochemical operations. Benefits of the Ningbo-Shanghai-Nanjing crude pipeline which is being constructed in China in 2004; Importance of the expansion plan according to Oscar Yee of ANB Amro.