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Dow and Davy license LP Oxo Technology to Wison (Nanjing) Clean Energy  

By Gerald Ondrey |

Davy Process Technology Ltd. (DPT; London, U.K.; www.davyprotech.com), a Johnson Matthey company, and The Dow Chemical Company’s (Midland, Mich.; www.dow.com) Oxygenated Solvents business announced that Wison (Nanjing) Clean Energy Co. (Wison Energy), a member company of the Wison Group (www.wison.com) located in Nanjing Chemical Industrial Park in China, has selected LP Oxo Selector 10 Technology for its new oxo alcohols plant in Nanjing, China. With this license, Wison Energy will build a LP Oxo plant with capacity of 125,000 ton/yr of 2-ethylhexanol and 125,000 ton/yr of butanols. Wison Energy’s Nanjing Plant currently operates a 600,000-ton/yr carbon monoxide plant and supplies CO, synthesis gas (syngas; a mixture of hydrogen and CO), H2, and methanol to other facilities located in the Nanjing Chemical Industry Park. Wison Energy’s new LP Oxo plant is the 15th LP Oxo license to be granted in China, and the third to be announced this year.  In addition to the license agreement, Dow and Wison Energy also signed a product purchase agreement whereby Dow will purchase a portion of product over a certain period of time from Wison Energy’s LP Oxo plant. “Having simultaneously concluded…
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