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Versalis to license technology to Supreme Petrochem

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Versalis, Eni’s chemical company, has agreed to license the continuous mass technology for a 70 000 tpy ABS unit to Supreme Petrochem Ltd, a leading Indian polystyrene and expandable polystyrene producer.

The unit will be built in the Amdoshi –Wangani, District Raigad, in Maharashtra state, India.

This state-of-the-art technology will produce styrenic polymers with a low carbon footprint owing to reduced emissions and energy consumption. Market applications of the technology include the automotive industry, household appliances, the electronics sector, medical appliances and furniture.

The license agreement confirms the primary role of Versalis in styrenics and strengthens its position in the Asian market, an area which is undergoing a strong expansion in the petrochemical field and is increasingly focused on selecting more sustainable technologies with a low environmental impact.

Versalis will be supported by Eurotecnica Contractors and Engineers SpA, with which the company has recently signed a cooperation agreement within the styrenics business. Eurotecnica will support Versalis in supplying the basic engineering design package.

Read the article online at: https://www.hydrocarbonengineering.com/petrochemicals/22122021/versalis-to-license-technology-to-supreme-petrochem/

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