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Fuijan Zhongjing selects LyondellBasell PP technology
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May '18
Courtesy: LyondellBasell
Courtesy: LyondellBasell
LyondellBasell, a leading licensor of polypropylene (PP) technology, has announced that Fujian Zhongjing Petrochemical Co., Ltd. has selected its 5th Generation Spheripol technology. The PP process technology will be used for two 600 KTA units to be constructed in Fuzhou, China. This represents the world’s largest single PP plant license announced to date.

“We selected Spheripol for its proven track record, advantaged economics, and its ability to produce the industry benchmark products that are demanded by our customers,” said Weng Shengjing, chairman of the board of Fujian Zhongjing.

“The selection of the Spheripol technology by Fujian Zhongjing to build the world’s largest single train polypropylene units shows the confidence the market has in our technologies,” said Dan Coombs, executive vice president of Global Olefins and Polyolefins and Technology at LyondellBasell. “This again demonstrates LyondellBasell’s leadership in polymer process technologies.”

Spheripol is the leading PP process technology with more than 22 million tons of licensed capacity. It combines globally recognised quality PP grades with leading monomer consumption and investment costs to make it the technology of choice.

In addition to the Spheripol process, LyondellBasell’s portfolio of licensed polyolefin technologies and associated technical services comprises Spherizone, Metocene PP, Lupotech, Hostalen, and Spherilene. (RKS)

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