September 2000

Trends and Resources

HPInformer: HPInformer, International edition

Borealis, one of the world's leading producers of polyolefin plastics, and Repsol YPF have signed a letter of intent to establish a new company, effective January 2001, that will combine Borealis' and..

Stephens, F. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

Borealis, one of the world's leading producers of polyolefin plastics, and Repsol YPF have signed a letter of intent to establish a new company, effective January 2001, that will combine Borealis' and chemical Repsol YPF's assets on the Iberian Peninsula. With an initial production capacity of 1.2 MMtpy, it will be one of the largest polyolefins companies in the region. Its name is yet to be decided. Specifically, the new company will consist of Repsol YPF's polyolefins assets in Puertollano and Tarragona, Spain, and Borealis' current petrochemical site in Sines, Portugal. It will also include Repsol YPF's organization for polyolefins in Madrid and abroad. Borealis' sales organization will

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