Ineos Phenol to set up phenol-acetone plant in China

March 2007
Chemical Business;Mar2007, Vol. 21 Issue 3, p88
Trade Publication
The article reports that Ineos Phenol revealed its plans to invest, upon approvals by Chinese authorities, in a phenol plant in Zhangjiangang, Jiangsu Province, China. This will increase Ineos Phenol's overall annual capacity to over 2.2-mt of phenol and 1.2-mt of acetone. The facility will supply the demand for phenol and acetone in China and will free capacity at the company's European and U.S. plants to meet demand in these regions.


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