BASF to collaborate with UAE's Petroleum Institute for gas treatment research

December 2013
Chemical Business;Dec2013, Vol. 27 Issue 12, p74
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The article reports on a research collaboration agreement signed by chemical company BASF with the Petroleum Institute of Abu Dhabi to jointly develop processes for removing sulfur compounds from acid gases.


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