Borealis restarts 620,000 tpa naphtha cracker after unplanned outage

Borealis has restarted its 620,000 tpa naphtha cracker at Stenungsund, Sweden, shutdown due to technical glitches. The plant was restarted after more than two-weeks and is running at its target capacity. This has triggered a rise in naphtha price sin Europe, that have spiked past 10 month highs of US$645/ton CIF NWE. Lower refinery utilisation rates for August, at around 80%, have also been driving prices.
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