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Ineos Technologies wins the first Innovene S PE technology license for the Russian market

By Gerald Ondrey |

Ineos Technologies (Lyndhurst, U.K.; www.ineos.com) has licensed its Innovene S Process for the manufacture of high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE) to the JSC Angarsk Polymer Plant of ROSNEFT in Angarsk, Russia. The 345,000 metric ton  per year plant will produce a full range of Ziegler and Chrome monomodal and bimodal products. The JSC Angarsk Polymer Plant will be ideally positioned to deliver specialty and commodity polyethylene (PE) products for the Russian and Chinese markets using Ineos Technologies’ Slurry PE Technology. Sales of product from Angarsk into Asia will enter a market made familiar to Innovene S products by the successful start up of three Ineos Technologies’ licenses in China earlier this year. This is the first time that Ineos has licensed this process in Russia. The JSC Angarsk Polymer Plant will provide a broad product range including Bimodal Pressure Pipe ensuring a competitive advantage for ROSNEFT customers both in domestic and global markets. The companies have now begun the engineering phase of the project.  
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