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Sahara Petrochemical starts Alolivenat plant
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Aug '08
Sahara Petrochemical Company has started a pilot plant operating Alolivenat of the Saudi company for Polyethylene and polypropylene Polyethylene Jubail Industrial City and owned by 75% for manufacturing and the desert of olefins and by 25% for the Iondil Basil, on 22 Sha'ban 1429 AH Aug.23, 2008 with the Ethylene production design capacity of one million tons per year and propylene production capacity of 285 thousand tons annually.

This enabled the plant Linde(German), where it is transforming ethane and propane gas, which is provided by Saudi Aramco to ethylene and roubles.

It is expected that the operated ethylene manufacturers of high-density and low density design capacity of 400 thousand tons each during the fourth quarter of this year should be noted that project costs had reached about 9.5 billion riyals.

Sahara Petrochemical Company is a growing industrial development company specializing in Saudi Arabia's petrochemical, chemical & related industries. Since its inception in 2004, Sahara's management team has been successfully working on two projects to date; namely, Al Waha Petrochemical Company its first majority owned subsidiary and on its affiliated participation in Saudi Olefins and Polyolefins Company(“SEPC”), both of which are expected to become operational by fourth quarter 2008.

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