Eurasian chemical market
Search
09.12.2020
03.12.2020
28.04.2020
15.01.2019
10.01.2019
08.10.2018
07.09.2018
Home » News » Borealis to Study Feasibility of a PP Capacity Increase in Europe
09.01.2018

Borealis to Study Feasibility of a PP Capacity Increase in Europe

Borealis to Study Feasibility of a PP Capacity Increase in Europe

Borealis, a leading provider of innovative solutions in the fields of polyolefins, base chemicals and fertilizers, will study the feasibility to significantly increase the capacity of its polypropylene (PP) plants in Europe. The feasibility study will be carried out over the next nine months and will assess a series of capacity increases through the debottlenecking of existing European PP assets. The study will initially target the three PP plants Borealis is operating in Belgium. Final investment decisions are expected to be taken in Q4 of 2018, with capacity increases coming on stream from Q1 2020 to early 2022.

The potential capacity increases would take full advantage of the additional propylene supply coming from the new planned Borealis PDH (propane dehydrogenation) project in Kallo, Belgium. The envisaged total capacity increase would be in the range of a new world scale PP plant. The exact increase remains to be determined by the feasibility study.

Borealis has a well-established, ongoing cooperation with various authorities and stakeholders in Flanders and Belgium, including the Port of Antwerp, to support its growth ambitions.

Our Partners
China Chemical Reporter CREON Energy
Conference and Exhibition, held under an informational support of the magazine "Eurasian chemical market"
Interplastica Meeting Point 2021 Techtextil Russia 2021 Petrochemicals in Russia: Markets, Prices, Forecasts Application of international regulations of chemical products safety regulation Hydrogen Russia & CIS Graintek Putech Eurasia & Eurasian Composites Show 2021 BIOT-2021 interplastica 2022 Полимеры России и СНГ: строительство и модернизация заводов