March 2000

Trends and Resources

HPInformer: International edition

BEFS PROKEM, Mulhouse, France, has taken an important step in developing its business with a stronger background by merging with PECSIE, Paris, France, (formerly owned by TREDI, Paris) forming a new c..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

BEFS PROKEM, Mulhouse, France, has taken an important step in developing its business with a stronger background by merging with PECSIE, Paris, France, (formerly owned by TREDI, Paris) forming a new company: BEFS-PEC – of which TREDI owns 30% – with its headquarters in Mulhouse. Both companies have built reputations through their long presence in the market. BEFS-PEC will continue the activities of both companies, including PROABD crystallization and carbochemical processes, industrial waste treatment (liquid, solid and gas), as well as general engineering. BP Amoco, Sunbury, UK, and UOP LLC have planned to form an alliance for the support, delivery and implementation of techno

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