March 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;3/12/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 57, p46
Trade Publication
The article recalls the plan of ExxonChemical to build an 800,000-ton/year cracker integrated with its oil refinery in Singapore on March 17, 1997. The plant was supposed to start operations in 2000 and will involve major U.S. investors in an investment of close to $2 billion. The complex was supposed to produced 450,000 tons/year of polyethylene (PE), 275,000 tons/year of polypropylene (PP) and 150,000 tons/year of isononyl alcohol.


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