GAIL will utilize Grace’s Unipol PP process technology for its 60 KTA polypropylene plant situated at its existing petrochemical complex in Pata, India. The technology contract also includes a catalyst supply agreement which will be used by GAIL to produce a variety of copolymer resins.
Bahrain Petroleum Company (Bapco) has awarded the largest catalyst management agreement in its history to Advanced Refining Technologies (ART). Under the contract, ART will supply its Resid Hydrocracking catalyst technology to Bapco’s oil refinery in order to boost its processing capacity from 267,000 (b/d) to 380,000 (b/d).
PT Pertamina Rosneft Pengolahan dan Petrokimia (PRPP), a joint venture of PT Pertamina and Rosneft Oil Company will be using Grace’s Unipol PP Process Technology for its polypropylene facility in Indonesia. The plant will include two lines which are expected to produce 1160 KTA of polypropylene.
The new plant will be situated at the Vadinar Refinery in Gujarat, India and is expected to make use of 450 KTA of propylene feedstock. With Grace’s new technology, Nayara Energy aims to produce phthalate-free homopolymer products for the Indian market and use the most advanced PP process and catalysts technology for its project.
The supplier of polyolefin catalyst technology and polypropylene (PP) process technology Grace, has contracted to license its Unipol PP Process Technology to Hanwha Total Petrochemical for a new PP production facility in Daesan, South Korea. With a capacity of 400 kilotons per year, the PP line is expected to begin operations in 2021.
The supplier of polyolefin catalyst technology and polypropylene (PP) process technology, W. R. Grace, contracted to license its Unipol PP process technology to Hengli Petrochemical (Dalian) Refinery, a subsidiary of Hengli Group.