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Borealis sells petrochemicals site in Portugal to Repsol YPF


Repsol YPF announced that its Chemicals Division has signed an agreement with Borealis A/S to purchase Borealis Polímeros Lda. that includes all assets of the petrochemical complex at Sines, Portugal. The completion of the transaction is subject to authorisation by the European Commission. Based ...


Borealis expands polypropylene plant and Noretyl JV cracker in Norway


Borealis will expand its Noretyl ethylene cracker, a 50:50 joint venture with Hydro Polymers at Rafnes with 100,000 tonnes, and debottleneck its own polypropylene plant at Rønningen. The two Norwegian projects will be completed in the autumn of 2005. "To meet our customers rising demand for ...


Borealis expands distribution agreement with Ashland for Iberia


Borealis announced that it has extended its current distribution agreement with Ashland Distribution Company to include polypropylene for small and medium sized automotive and household appliance customers in Spain and Portugal. According to Walter Baumann, Vice President of Borealis' Business ...


Borealis prepares for new Borstar® polyethylene plant and new products


Borealis broke ground for its new 350,000 tonnes per year polyethylene plant at its petrochemical site at Schwechat, Austria. Scheduled to come onstream towards the end of 2005, the new plant, to be built by Tecnimont, will utilise Borealis' proprietary Borstar technology. It will replace two old ...


Borouge developing into world scale petrochemical complex


Borouge, Borealis' joint venture with ADNOC, is expanding its existing Borstar capacity and studying further expansion to form a world scale petrochemical complex at Ruwais, Abu Dhabi in the UAE. Building on the successful start up and first two years of operation, increasing market demand for ...


Borealis increases European polyolefins prices by EUR 150 per tonne


Borealis announced that it will increase the price of its polyethylene and polypropylene plastics in Europe by EUR 150 per tonne as of September 1, 2003. "In the second quarter polyolefin prices collapsed at an unprecedented rate while crude oil and naphtha prices remain at high levels", says ...


Borealis and Grace form catalyst partnership


Borealis and W. R. Grace & Co have reached an agreement whereby Grace will acquire Borealis' catalyst production units in Stenungsund, Sweden and manufacturing equipment for catalysts and carriers in Porvoo, Finland. "Borealis will continue to focus on the development of advanced catalysts for ...


Borealis invests EUR 200 million in new Borstar polyolefin capacity


Borealis today announced an EUR 200 million investment in the construction of a new 350,000 tonnes per year polyethylene plant, based on its proprietary Borstar technology, and a 90,000 tonnes per year expansion of the existing Borstar polypropylene plant at its petrochemical site at Schwechat, ...


Borealis reorganises to accelerate innovation


Building on its strong track record for innovation, Borealis today announced intentions to reorganise its technical resources to increase further the pace of innovation. Borealis' high-performance polyethylene and polypropylene products, proprietary Borstar® technology and technical competence ...


Borealis announced changes to the Polyolefins organisation


Borealis announced today a number of changes to the Polyolefins organisation which will strengthen its sales and marketing capability and enhance its leadership position in key polyolefin market areas. The number of specialist business units focused on innovation to create and deliver value to ...


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