Sinopec's 100 000 T/A Sulfur Recovering Project Starts up

November 2009
China Chemical Reporter;11/26/2009, Vol. 20 Issue 33, p15
Trade Publication
The article announces the start of the operation of the sulfur recovering unit of Sinopec Maoming Petrochemical Co. Ltd. in China. It mentions that the new unit will be part of the company's refining expansion project and will start production in 2011. It also states that the company's wax hydrogenation refining device is under construction and will start operation in December 2009.


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