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Sibur raises light-hydrocarbon gases capacity for downstream units

October 12/2010

MOSCOW (ICIS) -- Sibur has completed a rouble (Rb) 1.6bn ($53.4m, ?38.5m) project to increase a plant"s capacity of light-hydrocarbon gases to service downstream facilities, the Russian petrochemical major said on Tuesday.


Sibur increased the capacity of its Gubkinsky plant from 284,000 tonnes/year to 434,000 tonnes/year, it said.

In July, Sibur started building a new pipeline to transport light-hydrocarbon gases to the Tobolsk-Neftekhim petrochemical plant, which is operated by its subsidiary.

 

The 400-kilometre pipeline, which has a capacity of 7m tonnes/year, would be used for Siburs project to build a new 500,000 tonne/year polypropylene (PP) facility at the premises of the Tobolsk-Neftekhim subsidiary.

The PP facility is expected on stream in 2012.

 

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