Sadara com­mis­sions last plant of its Jubail com­plex

Chemical Industry Digest - - News & Views -

Saudi-

based Sadara Chem­i­cal Co., has com­mis­sioned the last plant at its petro­chem­i­cals com­plex in Jubail, Saudi Ara­bia.

The toluene dis­o­cyanate (TDI) unit be­gan pro­duc­tion re­cently while the dini­tro toluene (DNT) and toluene di­amine (TDA) started op­er­a­tions in April. The Sadara com­plex is made of 26 in­te­grated fa­cil­i­ties in Jubail, east­ern Saudi Ara­bia and has the ca­pac­ity to pro­duce more than 3 MMt of prod­ucts per year.

“Sadara’s slate of high-value chem­i­cals, in­clud­ing many firsts for the King­dom and the re­gion, will cre­ate the qual­ity per­for­mance, value-added and plas­tics prod­ucts that sup­port a higher liv­ing stan­dard around the world, es­pe­cially in the emerg­ing Asia Pa­cific and Mid­dle East­ern mar­kets that will drive two-thirds of global petro­chem­i­cal de­mand over the next decade.

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