Exxon’s Huizhou Petrochemical Complex Moves Ahead with Sinopec

State-owned Sinopec Engineering of China has signed on to Exxon’s planned Huizhou petrochemical complex in Huizhou, China for basic design, engineering, procurement and construction work.  This contract covers the initial phase for this complex. No value for this contract was announced at this time, but it is believed to be a significant award in the multi-billion dollar range. Sinopec is expected to be heavily involved in all processing units and infrastructure work under this contract. The Huizhou petrochemical complex centers around a 1.6 million tons per year steam cracker with downstream units for polyethylene and polypropylene production for a wide range of consumer uses. It was anno

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