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Indonesian majors to develop coal-to-chemicals project

by ChemOrbis Editorial Team - content@chemorbis.com
  • 11/12/2017 (16:33)
According to media reports, Indonesia’s major producers Pertamina, Chandra Asri and Pupuk Indonesia signed an agreement with the coal mining company PT Bukit Asam to develop a coal-to chemicals project in Sumatra, Indonesia.

Accordingly, the companies are expected to carry out a feasibility study in order to develop a coal-based polymer production project.

The plant, which will use coal as feedstock, is slated to start production by late 2022. The plant will also produce 450,000 tons/year of PP to meet the country’s growing demand.
The companies did not reveal the details about the amount of the investment at the time of the publication.
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