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Plant Watch Outotec to deliver precious-metals plant in China January 25, 2010 — Outotec Oy (Espoo, Finland; http://www.outotec.com) has signed a contract with Baiyin Non Ferrous Group for the design and delivery of a new precious metals plant in Gansu Province, China. The plant is expected to be operational during the first half of 2011, and it will treat 4,000 metric tons per year (m.t./yr) of both copper- and lead-anode slimes in a Kaldo furnace. Topsøe wins contract with PetroPeru for three new plants January 25, 2010 — Haldor Topsøe (Lyngby, Denmark; http://www.topsoe.com) has signed a contract supplying technologies for three new plants with petroleum-oil refiner, PetroPeru. The Topsøe technologies are part of a modernization project of the Talara refinery located in northern Peru. Topsøe will supply license, engineering, catalyst and proprietary equipment for: a hydrogen plant of 30-million scf/d; an ultra-low sulfur diesel hydrotreating plant for 41,000 bbl/d; and a plant for reduction of sulfur emissions producing 460 ton/d of sulfuric acid. The plants are planned to be onstream in 2015. Lanxess builds a new membrane-filtration-technology plant in Germany January 21, 2010 —…
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