Polymer Deal Kemira Signs Agreement with Chevron to Supply Polymer

Editor: Ahlam Rais

The Finland-based company has signed a multiyear agreement with Chevron. Both the companies had collaborated to develop a Novel Liquid Polymer.

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Kemira had initiated an expansion of its polymer capacity for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery at its existing site in the Netherlands.
Kemira had initiated an expansion of its polymer capacity for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery at its existing site in the Netherlands.
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The Netherlands – Kemira, one of the global leaders in the manufacture and supply of high quality polymers has recently announced that it has signed a multiyear agreement with Chevron North Sea for supplying polymer. On the back of this agreement, Kemira initiated an expansion of its polymer capacity for Chemical Enhanced Oil Recovery (CEOR) at its existing site at Botlek, Netherlands, as announced in October 2017.

Under a Master Collaboration agreement (MCA) with Chevron Energy Technology Company, Kemira and Chevron jointly developed a Novel Liquid Polymer (NLP) with enhanced performance.

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