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SP Olefins picks Technip gas cracking technology
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Feb '16
Technip will supply its proprietary ethylene technology, process design package, technical services and proprietary equipment to SP Olefins (Taixing) Co. Ltd, a subsidiary of SP Chemicals.

The 650 KTA grassroots gas cracker, located in Taixing, Jiangsu Province, China, will use low cost ethane and propane from North America and is a part of SP Olefins 1100 KTA Light Hydrocarbon Utilisation Project.

According to a Technip press release, key proprietary technology components include; Technip's USC furnaces and Heat-Integrated Rectifier System; and Technip's Ripple Trays and Wet Air Oxidation process.

Stan Knez, president, Technip Stone & Webster Process Technology, said; “Technip's proven ethane cracking technology provides a solid foundation for the first of its kind gas cracking ethylene plant in China.”

“We also take pride in our long relationship with SP Chemicals, which started with an Ethylbenzene and Styrene Monomer plant that adopted Badger proprietary technology and has been running very well,” he added.

SP Chemicals, a Singapore-based company, is one of the largest ion-membrane chlor-alkali and aniline producers in the People's Republic of China (PRC).

Backed by a 20-year track record, SP Chemicals manufactures and sells chlor-alkali products and related downstream products such as aniline, caustic soda, chlorine and chlorobenzene.

Badger Licensing LLC, a 50/50 joint venture between affiliates of Technip and ExxonMobil Chemical Company, offers technology in the area of phenolics and styrenics. (AR)

Fibre2Fashion News Desk – India


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