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Coal-to-chemicals breakthrough in China

Over 360 million lbs of light olefins have been produced at a plant in Nanjing, China, using breakthrough technology that converts coal to chemicals used in the making of plastic.
UOP LLC, a company owned by Honeywell Corp., has announced that its licensee, China’s Wison Clean Energy Co Ltd., used the company’s methanol-to-olefins (MTO) process technology to convert methanol derived from coal into ethylene and propylene.
The Wison plant, designed by Wison Engineering, the largest

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