23 August 2012 04:00 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Japan’s Mitsui Chemicals plans to restart its 617,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker in Chiba by 28 or 29 August following power supply cut on 21 August, company sources said on Thursday
“The power supply has been restored since yesterday. The cracker may be restarted by 28 or 29 August,” one source said.
The cracker and other derivative plants, including polyethylene (PE), PP (polypropylene) and elastomer plants, were shut around 01:00-02:00 hours ?xml:namespace>
The downstream units are likely to be restarted on 25-27 August, the source said.
Prior to the outage, the
Mitsui Chemicals’ other naphtha cracker in
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