TechnipFMC to provide licensing support of OxyVinyl's Ethylene Di-Chloride and Vinyl Chloride Monomer technologies

LONDON, PARIS, HOUSTON,  — TechnipFMC announced that it has signed a cooperation agreement with OxyVinyls to provide licensing support of OxyVinyl’s Ethylene Di-Chloride (EDC) and Vinyl Chloride Monomer (VCM) technologies.

EDC and VCM are used primarily as feedstocks for the fabrication of PVC (PolyVinyl Chloride), a common plastic used in the construction of pipe, doors, windows, cable insulation and signage. OxyVinyls has the largest market share in licensing of both technologies.

 "We are delighted by the signature of this agreement with today’s leading EDC/VCM licensor. This agreement allows us to complement our portfolio and offer to clients a full suite of high-quality technologies in the vinyls chain," Marie-Christine Charrier, Vice President Technologies of the EMIA region for TechnipFMC said. 

TechnipFMC’s operating center in Lyon, France, a center of excellence for polyolefins, chemicals, petrochemicals and bio-sourced products is managing the agreement and will execute the process design packages.

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