June 2007
ICIS Chemical Business;6/4/2007, Vol. 2 Issue 69, p8
Trade Publication
This article presents news briefs related to the chemical industry. Degussa plans to build a $10 million Rohacell rigid polymethacrylimide foam plant in Mobile, Alabama. Uhde's contract to build a $1.2 billion turnkey fertilizer complex for Egyptian Agrium Nitrogen Products is the largest in the German company's history. Sinopec has relocated its south China cracker project to Nansha as part of a proposed joint venture refinery with Kuwait Petroleum Corp.


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