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  1. Chinese market: growth potential

    ... polyethylene per year. “The GCC project is closely linked to the development strategy of Gazprom, which has committed to launch gas exports to China by 2020,” says Dmitry Konov. “This year we have signed an agreement to supply ethane to the Amur GCC. Given China's high demand for our products, this project will most likely yield great results.” The Chinese market is huge and promising, but there is a caveat – its state regulation necessitates a special approach. The consensus among exporters ...

  2. Meeting in Davos

    ... matters of the petrochemical industry and items on the global economic agenda. At the WEF, the Company unveils the most ambitious projects. This time, Dmitry Konov announced that SIBUR had launched extended front-end engineering and design (FEED) for the Amur GCC’s polyethylene units. FEED is used to determine key technological parameters of the project. Gazprom’s Amur GPP has been under construction since October 2015. It will supply ethane feedstock to the new facility. Photo: gazprom....

  3. “We continue building new facilities”

    ... interview, Mr Karisalov also elaborated on the digitalisation of SIBUR. Today, it spans several dozen of automation and analytics projects. The drive for digitalisation also affects the Company’s major investment projects. In particular, should the Amur GCC project be rolled out, it will involve the world's best digital solutions.

  4. New milestone in partnership

    SIBUR Holding and Sinopec signed a Term Sheet for a potential joint venture that could be based at the Amur Gas Chemical Complex. SIBUR Holding and China Petroleum & Chemical Corporation (Sinopec) signed a Term Sheet for a potential joint venture (JV) that could be based at the Amur Gas Chemical Complex. The signing ceremony took place in the presence of Xi Jinping, President of the People's Republic of China, and Vladimir Putin, President of the Russian Federation. Subject to SIBUR's final investment...

  5. SIBUR: from 1995 to the latest developments

    ... construction. Dmitry Konov, SIBUR’s CEO, and Vladimir Yakushev, Governor of the Tyumen Region, during the opening of ZapSibNeftekhim construction site. Another SIBUR’s potential core investment project is the construction of Amur GCC scheduled for the period after 2023–2024. The final decision giving the green light to the project is expected to be taken by the company in the second half of 2019. In its priority area of basic polymer production, SIBUR is focusing on global ...

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