Indonesia: Petrochemical Processes GTC Licenses Process for Chandra Asri’s Aromatics Recovery Unit
The unit is part of the firm’s second grassroots petrochemical complex which is expected to extract benzene, toluene and xylenes from pyrolysis gasoline.
Texas/USA – GTC Technology is licensing its GT-BTX process for the new aromatics recovery unit of PT Chandra Asri Perkasa, a fully owned subsidiary of PT Chandra Asri Petrochemical. The unit is part of the company’s second grassroots petrochemical complex to be built in Indonesia, and will extract benzene, toluene and xylenes from pyrolysis gasoline (pygas).
This award reinforces the firm’s experience and expertise to upgrade steam cracker by-products, using the most advanced aromatics extraction technology available, states the organisation.
According to the company, it continues to expand its Southeast Asia client base serving as a technology partner. Recovery of these valuable co-products is key to profitability of its client, and will also contribute to Indonesia’s economic growth.