MOSCOW (MRC) -- Sadara Chemical has
restarted its three polyethylene (PE ) units following a maintenance turnaround,
as per Apic-online.
Polymerupdate source in Saudi Arabia informed that the company has resumed
operations at all PE units last weekend. The units were shut for a planned
maintenance in the last week of December 2016.
Located at located in
Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, the PE units comprising two LLDPE units
and one LDPE unit have a production capacity of 350,000 mt/year each.
before, in late December 2016, Sadara Chemical Co began
a scheduled turnaround at the mixed-feed cracker at its
petrochemical complex in Jubail. The shutdown of the facility lasted six
An evaluation of the financial impact of the shutdowns will be
released in the company's first quarter 2017 financial statements.
Chemical is a USD20 billion petrochemical joint venture between national oil
giant Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemical.