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Cefic calls for tenders to support development of its general impact assessments

August 26/2020

MOSCOW (MRC) -- Cefic says it is looking for tenders to provide consultancy support to assist with its plan to develop its own general impact assessments to assess and quantify the impact of the EU climate-neutrality objective by 2050 on chemical value chains, reported Chemweek.

The application period for offers will close on 16 October 2020 at midnight CET, Cefic says.

The tenderer must have experience in the field of data modeling, chemical value chains and processes, greenhouse gas (GHG) abatement technologies, GHG footprint calculations with life-cycle thinking, GHG protocols, and markets that are relevant for the project such as chemicals, energy, biomass, and waste, Cefic says. Experience with the safe and compliant handling of confidential information is also necessary, it says.

As MRC informed before, in mid-July, 2020, Cefic called on EU member states to agree urgently on a recovery plan to restart Europes economy and kick off investments toward a green and digital transition. The EU chemical industry is seeking investments in building renovation, clean mobility, the development of all forms of clean hydrogen, chemical recycling, and carbon capture and storage as well as carbon capture and utilization, Cefic said then.

We remind that in 2017, SIBUR joined the European Chemical Industry Council (CEFIC). SIBUR has also become a member of the European Committee of Ethylene Producers and Technology Suppliers (EEPC, part of CEFIC). Membership in the Council allowed SIBUR to take part in the work of 93 sectoral groups on more than 120 petrochemical products, in 90 strategic groups working on issues of sustainable development, innovation, trade, energy and law in the field of petrochemicals.

According to MRC's DataScope report, PE imports to Russia dropped in January-June 2020 by 7% year on year to 328,000 tonnes. High density polyethylene (HDPE) accounted for the main decrease in imports. At the same time, PP imports into Russia rose in the first six months of 2020 by 21% year on year to 105,300 tonnes. Propylene homopolymer (homopolymer PP) accounted for the main increase in imports.
Author:Margaret Volkova
Tags:Europe, PP, PE, homopolymer PP, HDPE, petrochemistry, recikling, Sibur Holding, Russia.
Category:General News
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