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Borouge awards US$300 million olefins conversion unit contract for Borouge 2 expansion project

15-06-2007

Borouge awarded a contract worth approximately US$300 million for the construction of a new olefins conversion unit (OCU) to Samsung Engineering for Borouge 2, the major expansion project at the company's production facilities in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. According to the ...

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Borouge formally signs US$3.1 billion contracts for expansion project

06-06-2007

Borouge formally signed contracts valued at approximately US$3.1 billion for Borouge 2, the major expansion project at the company's production facilities in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates. At a ceremony held at Borouge's new headquarters in Abu Dhabi, UAE, contracts were signed ...

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Borouge to expand production to include melamine

12-04-2007

Borouge announced that it is continuing with the construction of a new melamine plant in Ruwais, Abu Dhabi, the location of its existing world-scale polymer production facilities. The company is planning to take over a project currently being undertaken by the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company ...

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Borealis invests EUR 90 million to further develop its polypropylene business

Borealis expands its polypropylene (PP) capacity at Porvoo in Finland

16-01-2007

Borealis will invest EUR 25 million to expand the capacity of its PP plant in Porvoo, Finland, by 65,000 tonnes per annum (tpa) to 220,000 tpa by the end of 2008. Borealis will also invest EUR 35 million to create a four-reactor configuration at its Borstar® PP plant in Schwechat, Austria, to ...

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Borouge awards approximately USD 1.3 billion Borouge 2 Cracker Contract to Linde Engineering

30-11-2006

Borouge announced that it has awarded the contract to build its new ethylene cracker to Linde Engineering. The cracker shall have a capacity of approximately 1.5 million tonnes per annum and is considered to be the largest gas cracker in the world. The value of the contract is approximately USD ...

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Borealis invests EUR200 million in Borstar polypropylene plant in Central Europe

21-11-2006

Borealis reports that the 330,000-tonne-per-year (t/y) expansion of its polypropylene (PP) facilities in Burghausen, Germany, based on its proprietary Borstar technology, is progressing according to plan with start up scheduled before the end of 2007. Product silos are in place, and work on steel ...

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Borealis to close HDPE plant in Norway

14-03-2006

The Board of Borealis AS agreed to close the Borealis high density polyethylene (HDPE) plant in Bamble, Norway. The Board recommends that the Supervisory Board of Borealis AS concludes to close the 110,000 tonnes per year plant in 2006. "Our aim is to now focus on improving the competitiveness ...

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Borealis evaluates possible closure of HDPE plant in Norway

06-02-2006

The Board of Borealis AS decided an extraordinary meeting about the ongoing evaluation of the future of the Borealis high density polyethylene (HDPE) plant in Bamble, Norway. A potential closure of the plant in 2006 is one of the options being considered. Despite efforts to improve the ...

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Borealis to expand XLPE capacity in Scandinavia

15-09-2005

Borealis announced plans to substantially expand its cross linkable polyethylene (XLPE) capacity in Stenungsund, Sweden in order to meet the growing demand in the power cable industry for the coming decade. The investment of EUR 42 million will enhance cost competitiveness as part of an ...

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Borealis to grow phenol business

14-09-2005

Borealis announced a total investment plan exceeding EUR 60 million to boost capacity and increase efficiency for its Phenol and Aromatics business located in Porvoo Finland. Beyond the ongoing expansions to increase cumene and benzene capacity by 30% and investments to improve the safety and ...

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