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Polyacetal facility of Celanese's Ibn Sina JV enters testing phase

Ibn Sina is a JV between Sabic and CTE, which is owned by subsidiaries of Celanese & Duke Energy

BS B2B Bureau  |  Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia 

The US-based Corporation has confirmed that the facility of joint venture in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, has entered the testing phase, with commercial production expected to start in the third quarter of 2017.

- a joint venture between and CTE (a company jointly owned by subsidiaries of and Duke Energy) - is setting up a 50,000 metric tonne manufacturing facility in Jubail Industrial City.

Upon successful startup of the facility, Celanese’s economic interest in will increase from 25 percent to a total of 32.5 percent, providing further financial benefits for  

Celanese, and entered into the joint venture in 1981. Construction of the facility is part of an extension of the joint venture, which will run through the year 2032. Subsidiaries of and each currently hold a 25 percent interest in the venture, with the remaining 50 percent held by  

The facility will utilise methanol as feedstock which is produced internally at is a differentiated, high value-added product mainly used in automobile and electronics industries in addition to mechanical and construction manufacturers and other industrial applications. 

First Published: Fri, June 09 2017. 11:08 IST
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Polyacetal facility of Celanese's Ibn Sina JV enters testing phase

Ibn Sina is a JV between Sabic and CTE, which is owned by subsidiaries of Celanese & Duke Energy

Ibn Sina is a JV between Sabic and CTE, which is owned by subsidiaries of Celanese & Duke Energy
The US-based Corporation has confirmed that the facility of joint venture in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, has entered the testing phase, with commercial production expected to start in the third quarter of 2017.

- a joint venture between and CTE (a company jointly owned by subsidiaries of and Duke Energy) - is setting up a 50,000 metric tonne manufacturing facility in Jubail Industrial City.

Upon successful startup of the facility, Celanese’s economic interest in will increase from 25 percent to a total of 32.5 percent, providing further financial benefits for  

Celanese, and entered into the joint venture in 1981. Construction of the facility is part of an extension of the joint venture, which will run through the year 2032. Subsidiaries of and each currently hold a 25 percent interest in the venture, with the remaining 50 percent held by  

The facility will utilise methanol as feedstock which is produced internally at is a differentiated, high value-added product mainly used in automobile and electronics industries in addition to mechanical and construction manufacturers and other industrial applications. 

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Polyacetal facility of Celanese's Ibn Sina JV enters testing phase

Ibn Sina is a JV between Sabic and CTE, which is owned by subsidiaries of Celanese & Duke Energy

The US-based Corporation has confirmed that the facility of joint venture in Jubail Industrial City, Saudi Arabia, has entered the testing phase, with commercial production expected to start in the third quarter of 2017.

- a joint venture between and CTE (a company jointly owned by subsidiaries of and Duke Energy) - is setting up a 50,000 metric tonne manufacturing facility in Jubail Industrial City.

Upon successful startup of the facility, Celanese’s economic interest in will increase from 25 percent to a total of 32.5 percent, providing further financial benefits for  

Celanese, and entered into the joint venture in 1981. Construction of the facility is part of an extension of the joint venture, which will run through the year 2032. Subsidiaries of and each currently hold a 25 percent interest in the venture, with the remaining 50 percent held by  

The facility will utilise methanol as feedstock which is produced internally at is a differentiated, high value-added product mainly used in automobile and electronics industries in addition to mechanical and construction manufacturers and other industrial applications. 

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