03 February 2010 19:39 [Source: ICIS news]
In particular, the deal would allow Sasol to run the ethylene oxide plant flexibly, enabling it to quickly adjust the plant to variations in raw material availability and other factors.
Also, the agreement included market mechanisms to assure that Sasol would obtain its electricity at favourable prices, Infracor said.
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Capacities, volumes or financial terms were not disclosed.
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