Russian petrochemical companies consider dependence on imported raw materials a threat to the industryEdited by Rhod Mackenzie / 2017-04-05 06:23:50
Most Russian petrochemical companies consider their dependence on imported raw materials, components, technologies, as well as their purchase at inflated prices a threat to the development of
The State Expert Evaluation Department of Russia has approved Rosneft to implement a project for the construction of a blending unit at the Angarsk petrochemical company.
The Eastern petrochemical complex (VNKhK), the Rosneft’s project to create a petrochemical complex in the Far East, which until recently looked utopian, has begun to gain momentum.
Low-density popyethylene (LDPE) production in Russia fell by 5% in January-February 2017.
The Federal Environmental, Industrial and Nuclear Supervision Service has completed the investigation of the causes of the fire and explosion that took place at the Bashneft-Ufaneftekhim refinery o
The budget of the project Zapsibneftechem in 2017-2020 will make up $5.8 bln, Sibur reports.
In 2016, the largest Russian petrochemical holding company Sibur increased its net profit 18 times to 111 billion rubles, and the revenue - by 8.4%, mainly due to the growth in the production of po
In the end of 2016 the net profit of Kazanorgsintez (KOS, part of the TAIF group) decreased by 5.8% to 18.17 billion roubles, the company informs in a statement.
“Gazprom neftekhim Salavat” stops high-density polyethylene (HDPE) production for maintenance, the company’s representative states.
Kazanorgsintez (KOS, part of the TAIF Group) intends to invest into the pyrolysis modernization 8.5 billion roubles for 2017, the State Council of Tatarstan informed after meeting with members of t