New US$7.5 bln petrochemical plant expected onstream in Tatarstan by 2010

A new petrochemical facility is planned to be built and in Nizhnekamsk, Russia, with the first stage expected to come onstream in 2010. To be built at an outlay of US$7.5 bln, the facility will consist of three plants designed in compliance with the most advanced technologies. The installation and setting-up of the technological equipment will be completed by October 2010. Refining 7 mln tons of high-sulphur crude oil, the facility will produce approximately 20 types of petrochemical products, from gasoline of the Euro-4 and Euro-5 standards, to polypropylene, polyethylene terephthalate and linear alkylbenzene.
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