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Two new petrochemical plants are coming online in India Two multi-billion-dollar petrochemical plants are coming online in India in coming months at a time of weaker-than-expected demand, setting the stage for fierce price competition domestically and internationally.
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INEOS completes the acquisition of the Eastman Texas City site INEOS has announced it has completed the acquisition of the Eastman Texas City site, the 600,000-tpy acetic acid plant and all associated third party activities, from Eastman Chemical Company.
thyssenkrupp to supply processing tech for Australian urea unit thyssenkrupp Fertilizer Technology has signed a contract with Saipem to license a urea granulation unit in Karratha, Western Australia.
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Gulf Energy Information’s Global Energy Infrastructure database is tracking nearly 1,100 projects around the world. At 40%, the Asia-Pacific region holds the largest market share in total active projects followed by the Middle East and the U.S. These three regions represent nearly 70% of all active projects in the hydrocarbon processing industry.
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|Project:||Long Son Petrochemicals Complex|
|Location:||Long Son, Vietnam|
|Operator:||Siam Cement Group|
|Project:||Huizhou Petrochemical Complex|
|Operator:||Hindustan Petroleum Corp. Ltd.|
|Project:||LyondellBasell PO/TBA Complex|
|Location:||Channelview, Texas (U.S.)|
Market Data Book
Discover how several global impacts—such as Russia’s war in Ukraine, supply chain crises and inflation—have and will impact spending and business activity in the global petrochemicals, refining and natural gas/LNG industries. HPI MARKET DATA 2023 is the processing industry’s most trusted forecast of capital, maintenance and operating expenditures.
This handbook-type industry reference source is produced by the staff of Hydrocarbon Processing. It contains flow diagrams and descriptions of more than 170 commercially viable gas processing processes from 25 licensors. Included are drying, treating, dehydrogenation, effluent cleanup, hydrogen, liquefied natural gas, syngas, sulfur, liquid treating, etc. Each process description includes a flow diagram as well as application, economics and licensor information. The processes are indexed by process and contributing company.
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