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Petrochemicals

BASF targets India for renewable energy–powered acrylics complex

by Marc S. Reisch
January 18, 2019 | APPEARED IN VOLUME 97, ISSUE 3

 

BASF may build a $2.3 billion acrylics complex in Gujarat, India, with the Adani Group. Before going ahead, the two will undertake a feasibility study for the complex, which would include propane dehydrogenation, glacial acrylic acid, and downstream units to serve India-based auto, construction, and coatings customers now supplied via imports. Plans are to power the complex, in which BASF would hold the majority stake, with renewable energy.

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