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REPSOL SELECTS UNIVATION’S UNIPOL PE PROCESS FOR NEW PE PLANT IN PORTUGAL

Repsol | September 08, 2021

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Repsol has selected Univation Technologies’ UNIPOL PE Process for its 300,000 TPY polyethylene (PE) plant. This new PE plant will be constructed along with another polymer production unit with both plants located at Repsol’s Industrial Complex in Sines, Portugal. The combined project represents the largest industrial investment in Portugal in the last ten years with a total value at €657 million (ca. $775 million). Repsol selected a full-density plant design with ...

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UN CHEMICALS CONVENTION MEETINGS TO BE HELD ONLINE IN JUNE

Chemicalwatch | April 28, 2020

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Meetings of the UN's conventions on chemicals and waste will be held online in June as a consequence of the international travel restrictions and confinement measures in place to contain the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, according to the convention secretariat's executive secretary Rolph Payet. The bureau meeting for the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs), set to be held on 10 June in Geneva, should see a relatively smooth transition online, Dr Payet told Chemi...

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CALIFORNIA TESTING HAMSTRUNG BY SHORTAGE OF KEY CHEMICAL

Daily Democrat | March 17, 2020

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California’s rush to detect new cases of COVID-19 has been slowed by shortages of a key chemical needed to conduct the diagnostic tests, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday. And because of this shortage, the federal government has restrictions on who gets tested, even as the cases and deaths mount. “My great concern is we could be testing a lot more people,” said Newsom. California now has 8,227 test kits sent by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he said. The kit...

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IN THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY, WITH THE PANDEMIC’S HELP, THE PETROCHEMICAL BOOM IS ON HOLD

Stateimpact | September 21, 2020

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At a marina in Moundsville, West Virginia, Dan Williamson looked out across the Ohio River at a quiet stretch of land on the other side. “There’s a little activity going on,” said Williamson, a spokesman for PTT — an oil and gas company based in Thailand that wants to build an ethane cracker on the far side of the river, in Dilles Bottom, Ohio. “But really we’re kind of in between phases right now.” The plant would turn the region’s plentiful natur...

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CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY

REPSOL SELECTS UNIVATION’S UNIPOL PE PROCESS FOR NEW PE PLANT IN PORTUGAL

Repsol | September 08, 2021

Repsol has selected Univation Technologies’ UNIPOL PE Process for its 300,000 TPY polyethylene (PE) plant. This new PE plant will be constructed along with another polymer production unit with both plants located at Repsol’s Industrial Complex in Sines, Portugal. The combined project represents the largest industrial investment in Portugal in the last ten years with a total value at €657 million (ca. $775 million). Repsol selected a full-density plant design with ...

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UN CHEMICALS CONVENTION MEETINGS TO BE HELD ONLINE IN JUNE

Chemicalwatch | April 28, 2020

Meetings of the UN's conventions on chemicals and waste will be held online in June as a consequence of the international travel restrictions and confinement measures in place to contain the coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, according to the convention secretariat's executive secretary Rolph Payet. The bureau meeting for the Stockholm Convention on persistent organic pollutants (POPs), set to be held on 10 June in Geneva, should see a relatively smooth transition online, Dr Payet told Chemi...

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CALIFORNIA TESTING HAMSTRUNG BY SHORTAGE OF KEY CHEMICAL

Daily Democrat | March 17, 2020

California’s rush to detect new cases of COVID-19 has been slowed by shortages of a key chemical needed to conduct the diagnostic tests, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Thursday. And because of this shortage, the federal government has restrictions on who gets tested, even as the cases and deaths mount. “My great concern is we could be testing a lot more people,” said Newsom. California now has 8,227 test kits sent by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, he said. The kit...

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IN THE OHIO RIVER VALLEY, WITH THE PANDEMIC’S HELP, THE PETROCHEMICAL BOOM IS ON HOLD

Stateimpact | September 21, 2020

At a marina in Moundsville, West Virginia, Dan Williamson looked out across the Ohio River at a quiet stretch of land on the other side. “There’s a little activity going on,” said Williamson, a spokesman for PTT — an oil and gas company based in Thailand that wants to build an ethane cracker on the far side of the river, in Dilles Bottom, Ohio. “But really we’re kind of in between phases right now.” The plant would turn the region’s plentiful natur...

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