Analysis on the current efforts of many countries

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At present, many countries around the world are committed to improving the capacity of polypropylene analysis

Petrobras has purchased a plant near its polypropylene (PP) production unit in marcushook to refine propylene and provide 350000 tons/year of propylene raw materials for its PP production unit. It is estimated that Petrobras' investment in marcushook will reach US $30million in 2013 and an additional US $26million in 2014. In addition, Petrobras will build a new commercial project of "green propylene" with sugarcane as raw material in Brazil. At present, the engineering design has been completed, and the phase I production capacity is expected to reach more than 30000 tons/year

"see you every day" is a way for Xiao Deng to communicate with his partners. The capacity of PP project under construction in India is 1.5 million tons/year. Among them, a considerable number of lightweight composite parts will appear in mass-produced vehicles in the next few years. Hmel adopts novolen process to build a 440000 ton/year device in bathinda, India. ONGC adopts Ineos process to build a 340000 T/a unit in dahej. Indian companies are committed to developing and using innovative technology PP to replace traditional materials. Reliance produces a new highly transparent random copolymer PP product to meet the rapidly growing demand in the field of packaging materials. The company also works with equipment manufacturers in the automotive and electrical fields (o needs to evacuate EM) to develop PP alternative component materials, including long glass fiber Filled PP, which can reduce component weight and improve fuel efficiency. PP producers in Russia and CIS are also increasing PP production capacity

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