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chemeng online | December 14, 2018
Sibur (Moscow; www.sibur.com) has launched the construction of a maleic anhydride (MAN) production facility at Sibur’s Tobolsk production facility. Maleic anhydride is used in the construction, agriculture, automotive, paint and varnish, furniture, pharmaceutical and other industries. It serves as feedstock for films, synthetic fibers, pharmaceuticals, detergents, fuel components and oils. MAN improves the durability of end products, enhances their waterproof properties, resistance t...
chemicals-technology | December 17, 2018
Petrochemicals company Sibur has commenced construction of a maleic anhydride (MAN) production facility in Tobolsk, Russia. Maleic anhydride is used to manufacture films, synthetic fibres, pharmaceuticals, detergents, fuel components and oils. It increases the durability and waterproof properties of these end products and is resistant to temperature stress and mechanical impact. The new facility will have a planned capacity of 45kt per annum and is expected to commence production in 2021. MAN is...
SIBUR | February 12, 2019
Sibur has decided to launch an investment project aimed at enhancing polybutadiene rubber (Nd-BR) production efficiency at its Voronezh facility (Voronezhsintezkauchuk). The project will involve a large-scale upgrade to boost operational efficiency of the existing facility and ensure a consistently high quality of the manufactured goods. A capacity ramp-up of 13,000 metric tons per year (m.t./yr) will increase total capacity to 48,000 m.t./yr and enable the company to meet the strong demand for ...
bne Ltd. | March 15, 2019
The board of directors of Russian petrochemical major Sibur voted to pay a record-high dividend of RUB33.8bn ($0.5bn) for 2018, which would already include RUB11bn paid in 1H18 and leave RUB22.8bn to be distributed for 2H118, the company said on March 14. Current Sibur's dividend policy sees a minimum dividend payment at 25% of annual adjusted IFRS profit. RUB33.8bn would thus be a minimum possible dividend payment on RUB135.2bn profit recorded for 2018. The 2018 payout would exceed th...
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