The hottest large-scale petrochemical plant in Rus

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Two years later, large-scale Russian petrochemical plants will export a large amount of polypropylene homopolymer to China. Sibur holding CJSC, a large Russian integrated business group, is building a petrochemical plant with a previously announced investment of 2billion dollars in Siberia. By the beginning of 2013, the plant will triple its polypropylene homopolymer production capacity and export a large amount to China

traceability has been achieved. Artem krupinov, head of the plastic and organic synthesis business department of the group, said in an interview at the company's booth at Chinaplas 2011 that the maximum experimental force: 300KN the new plant built in Tobolsk will produce 1.1 billion pounds of homopolymer per year, while Sibur currently has plants in Moscow and Tomsk in Siberia, The polypropylene homopolymer capacity of these two plants is about half that of Tobolsk. But last year, Russia's domestic demand for polypropylene homopolymer was basically close to this figure, so there was no surplus output to be exported abroad

the new plant, named Tobolsk polymer, will use innovenne PP technology licensed by Ineos to produce polypropylene homopolymers of up to 70 levels, and will become the largest polypropylene plant in Russia. These materials will be used in injection molding applications, fiber and biaxially oriented polypropylene, and cast films and sheets. Krupinov said that about half of the polypropylene Tongju found by the German Aerospace Center in the experiment will be supplied to the Russian domestic market, and the rest will be mainly exported to China, but with its price advantage, it may also be exported to Europe and Turkey

he said that Sibur is a provocative company and is planning to build another polypropylene production plant with an annual homopolymer capacity of 441million pounds in Nizhny Novgorod, Russia, which is scheduled to be put into operation in 2014 or 2015

at the same time, Siberia Tobolsk factory itself has also set an engineering example. At the end of last year, Sibur company installed a giant tower dedicated to sorting propane propylene fragments in the plant. The tower is 315 feet high and weighs 2.4 million pounds. It is produced in South Korea and transported across the Indian Ocean via the Suez Canal to Antwerp, Belgium, and then transferred to Tobolsk neftekhim port in Russia. In order to place this huge tower, the port has been specially dredged and expanded

sibur company is the leading polymer manufacturer in Russia, with the output of various polymers of about 1.3 billion pounds in 2010. The company claims to have the following market shares in Russia: polypropylene (20%), polyethylene (18%), propylene (26%), butadiene (47%), isoprene (21%), synthetic rubber (35%)

Sibur also produces pet, ABS and PVC resins, styrene, BOPP films and various polymer compounds, and is also the largest tire manufacturer in Russia. The company's pet production capacity is 441million pounds, BOPP film production capacity is 242million pounds, and other plastic production capacity is 165million pounds

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