28 March 2011 18:53 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--Canada’s NOVA Chemicals has signed a feedstock supply agreement with a subsidiary of Williams for a mix of ethane and ethylene to be extracted from off-gas produced at oil sands upgrading facilities, the company said on Monday.
The Williams subsidiary aims to produce up to 17,000 bbl/day of the ethane/ethylene mix for NOVA Chemicals, which will be transported via pipeline to NOVA Chemicals' petrochemical facilities at ?xml:namespace>
"Securing this additional feedstock source for our facilities in western
Williams plans to invest (C$)311m ($318m) to expand its two primary facilities in
(C$1 = $1.02)
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