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Sinopec started work on petrochemicals and polyolefins complex in Zhijin

October 10/2011

(Plasteurope) -- Chinese chemical giant Sinopec (Beijing) has begun work on a CNY 18bn (EUR 2.1bn) coal-based petrochemicals and polyolefins complex in Zhijin, Guizhou province. The complex will include a 600,000 t/y methanol-to-olefins unit, a 300,000 t/y LDPE plant and a 300,000 t/y PP plant. The timing of the project was not disclosed.

The Chinese group also announced that it had commissioned a coal-to-liquids pilot plant in Zhenhai in August, a project it carried out in cooperation with Syntroleum Corp (Tulsa, Oklahoma).

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