11 October 2011 12:17 [Source: ICIS news]
LONDON (ICIS)--The restart of oil company Repsol’s propylene oxide (PO)/styrene monomer (SM) facility at Tarragona, Spain, has been delayed, following recent maintenance work, a company source said on Tuesday.
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The company source declined, however, to comment on whether the maintenance was planned or unplanned, or to disclose precise details about when it started or its possible duration.
“We are working to minimise the delay in the start-up and return to [a] normal operating situation as soon as possible,” the source stated.
The site produces up to 465,000 tonnes/year of SM, according to ICIS plants and projects database. Nameplate capacity details for polyols are not available.
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