McDermott awarded contract for new PP plants in India
The units will have 490,000 tons/year capacity, each and use McDermott’s Lummus technology.
The new plants are part of the Indian company’s 9 million tons/year integrated refinery and petrochemical complex, which is scheduled for start-up in 2022. Estimated to cost around $6.15 billion, the project will also include two LLDPE/HDPE swing units with 416,000 tons/year capacity, each.
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