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Songwon announces the expansion of its antioxidants capacity


Songwon Industrial Co. Ltd. announces the expansion of its antioxidants capacity from 55.000 tons to 70.000 tons. The expanded capacity will be on stream from August 2011. The expansion is the result of the consolidation of the Songnox® 1076 production into Songwon’s new fully backwardintegrated ...


ISU researcher develops green, bio-based process for producing fuel additive


A new green, bio-based method for producing a much-used fuel additive and industrial chemical that is currently made from petroleum products has been developed by an Iowa State University researcher. Thomas Bobik, professor of biochemistry, biophysics and molecular biology, invented a process ...


LANXESS selects key suppliers for butyl rubber plant in Singapore


LANXESS announced the key suppliers for its new butyl rubber plant on Jurong Island in Singapore. With these suppliers in place, the project execution phase is now in full swing to set up the infrastructure for the construction of the plant. Production is scheduled to start in the first quarter ...


Songwon announces the expansion of its new isobutylene facility


Songwon Industrial Co. Ltd. announced that its new isobutylene (IBL) production facility located at the Maeam site in South Korea, which just started production in May 2009 with a capacity of 30.000 tons has been successfully expanded to reach a total capacity of 40.000 tons. Jongho Park, ...


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Songwon announces the start up of its new isobutylene facility


Songwon Industrial Co. Ltd. announce that its new $20 Million isobutylene (IBL) production facility, located at the Maeam site in South Korea, has been successfully commissioned and is now fully in production. Jongho Park, Chairman and CEO of Songwon Industrial Co., Ltd. commented; “It ...


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The modern gold rush


Chemists in the UK have sythesised stable cationic gold(I) alkene complexes using a bulky phosphine ligand and strained alkenes. Alkenes are major products of the petrochemical industry and the way they interact with metals often dictates their chemistry. There has been extensive research ...


Sasol expands its chemical business in China


Sasol announced the opening of an office in Shanghai to market its diverse range of chemical solvents in China. Sasol Chemicals Shanghai Co Ltd (SCS) will initially market products from the global Sasol Solvents business. Sasol Solvents operates plants in South Africa and Germany and supplies a ...


Emerson selected as main instrumentation provider for automation of Lucite International chemical plant in Singapore


Lucite International and Emerson Process Management, a business of Emerson, announced that Emerson has been selected as the main instrumentation vendor for Lucite's methyl methacrylate (MMA) plant in Singapore, which is currently under construction and is scheduled to begin operation in 2008. MMA ...


Lyondell Produces Biofuel ETBE in Europe


Lyondell Chemical Company announced today that it is producing and marketing the automotive fuel component ETBE [ethyl-tertiary butyl ether] out of its plant in Fos-sur-Mer, France. ETBE is derived by reacting bio-ethanol (from biomass) with isobutylene to produce a high-octane gasoline ...


CMAI Has Completed the 2003 World Butylenes/MTBE Analysis


CMAI, Chemical Market Associates, Inc., recently completed a new C4 Olefins study, the 2003 World Butylenes/MTBE Analysis, consisting of analyses and forecasts for MTBE, butene-1, contained isobutylenes, and contained normal butylenes. This study provides detailed analysis and information on ...


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