April 1999

Trends and Resources

HPInformer: HPInformer, North America edition

ABB Lummus Global, Bloomfield, New Jersey, and TARGOR have cooperatively agreed to promote and license TARGOR's Novolen polypropylene technology. Under the agreement, the Lummus technology division wi..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

ABB Lummus Global, Bloomfield, New Jersey, and TARGOR have cooperatively agreed to promote and license TARGOR's Novolen polypropylene technology. Under the agreement, the Lummus technology division will market TARGOR's Novolen technology to third parties and will develop the basic engineering for the licensed plants. The Novolen technology is proven for the production of polypropylene for single train capacities between 60 Mtpy, up to 225 Mtpy. Plants with capacities of up to 360 Mtpy are also offered. The technology delivers to licensees fully flexible state-of-the-art, world-scale technology for the production of high quality homopolymers, random and impact copolymers using high p

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