17 December 2010 00:02 [Source: ICIS news]
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The plant would use propylene oxide (
Engineering and construction of the PG plant would begin in 2011 and last for two years before startup, said Dow marketing communications manager Melissa Jones.
Several news agencies quoted the Thailand Board of Investment (BOI) as saying Dow would invest 2bn baht ($66m, €50m) in the PG plant project. Dow would not disclose financial information on the project.
“The Thailand PG facility will use a safe, efficient and more environmentally friendly process and will have the capability to provide the same high quality glycol products that are produced in other Dow PG manufacturing facilities around the globe,” Dow said.
Dow said that advanced energy reduction and throughput optimisation technology that was implemented in September at its PG site in
Dow said it has a global
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