Braskem and Pequiven Consider JV in Northern Brazil

Sissell, Kara
June 2009
Chemical Week;6/1/2009, Vol. 171 Issue 15, p9
Trade Publication
The article reports on a joint venture planned by Venezuelan petrochemical company Pequiven and Brazilian petrochemical firm Braskem to establish a petroleum chemical plant at the Camaçari, Brazil petchem complex in Northern Brazil. Agreements have been signed between them involving a feasibility study of petrochemical units at Camaçari and an evaluation of a future joint venture for fertilizer supply and distribution.


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