06 March 2012 08:21 [Source: ICIS news]
“We are planning to restart the unit one month later,” the source said.
“However, [the restart] also depends on the profit margin,” the source added.
The company is suffering “huge losses” because of high crude and naphtha oil prices and cheaper prices of its own products, the source explained but did not give details.
The company’s fluid catalytic cracker (FCC) unit that produces 58,400 tonnes/year propylene is running normally, the source said.
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