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Borouge, a manufacturer of polyoleofins, was founded in 1998 and is a joint venture of the Abu Dhabi National Oil Company and Austria's Borealis. It has two complimentary ventures: Abu Dhabi Polymers Co Ltd (Borouge) - a production company based in Abu Dhabi - and Borouge Pte Ltd based in Singapore.

Borouge is undergoing an expansion programme (Borouge 2) that will raise polyolefins production capacity from the current 600,000 tonnes per annum to 2 million tonnes per annum by 2010.

Borouge, in Arabic, means "towers" and relates to the high towers that support the loop reactors used in some of Borouge's polymer plants at its Ruwais. The company's headquarters are located in the Sheikh Khalifa Energy Center on the Corniche Road.

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