JGC and Daelim Land Big Saudi Petchem Contracts

January 2008
Chemical Week;1/7/2008, Vol. 170 Issue 1, p17
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The article reports on an engineering, procurement, and construction contract awarded to JGC and its JGC Arabia subsidiary to build an olefins plant for Saudi Polymers Co. (SPC) in Al Jubail, Saudi Arabia. The complex will have capacity to produce 1.2 million metric tonne per year (mt/yr) of ethylene, 200,000 mt/yr of propylene, and 100,000 mt/yr of hexene-1. It is due onstream in early 2011. SPC is a limited liability company owned by Arabian Chevron Phillips Petrochemical Co. (ACP) and Saudi Industrial Investment Group (SIIG).


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