02 February 2012 09:17 [Source: ICIS news]
NEW DELHI (ICIS)--ExxonMobil has started up one of its two new 650,000 tonnes/year polyethylene (PE) plants in ?xml:namespace>
The plant is not running at full capacity because of an on-site shortage of feedstock ethylene, but its production rate will be ramped up when ExxonMobil's new cracker at the same site comes on stream, said John Verity, vice president for ExxonMobil Chemical's global polyolefins business, at the PlastIndia conference in
ExxonMobil’s second petrochemical project in
The energy giant expects to start up all the plants in the second Singapore project by the second half of this year.
Additional reporting by Nurluqman Suratman
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