Sibur to build an EPS plant in Russia

Russia's petrochemicals producer Sibur Holding Joint-Stock Company is set to build a €44.5mln expandable polystyrene (EPS) plant at its Sibur-Khimprom CJSC site in Perm, Russia. The site is planned with an initial capacity of 50,000 tpa, projected to double at a later stage. The facility is expected to be operational by H2-2010. Sibur, owned by Russian energy giant Gazprom, is also preparing to construct a major new 500,000 tpa polypropylene plant using Ineos technology; as well as 510,000 tpa supporting propylene unit in Tobolsk in Russia´s Tyumen region, scheduled to be launched in early 2011.
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