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China's production capacity in 2015 will reach 22 million to

date:2010-12-03 13:43
November 22-23, in ASIACHEM held its second coal-to-olefins technology Economic Research conference, Petroleum and Chemical Planning Institute, said deputy chief engineer Liu Yanwei 2015 propylene production capacity in China reached 2200 m

November 22-23, in ASIACHEM held its second coal-to-olefins technology Economic Research conference, Petroleum and Chemical Planning Institute, said deputy chief engineer Liu Yanwei 2015 propylene production capacity in China reached 2200 million tons,CAS  51889-44-2, output of 1980 tons and consumption was 2800 million tons.

He said the 2000 to-2009 period, China's average annual growth rate of propylene production was 11.67%. 2010 is expected to increase annual production of 20.0%, the market started to recover.

"2009 production was 11.5 million tons of propylene, propylene production in 2010 was 13.8 million tons,Octylferrocene supplier, accounting for 16.48% of world production." Liu Yanwei said.


He said the 2000 to-2009 period, China's apparent consumption of propylene average annual growth rate of 12.78%, lower than the output growth rate. Timeline view of 2010 is expected to increase consumption of 16.48%,Octylferrocene, the market started to recover.

Liu Yanwei that China and the downstream olefin derivatives market is still growing, the growth rate in the world, living in second in the world market capacity, is a world petrochemical market center, rigid demand will continue.

Petroleum and Chemical Industry Planning Institute was established in July 1972,
Octylferrocene price, is the former State Planning Commission and the State Economic and Trade Commission of the industry development planning, special planning and industrial policy research in support of one of the units, the country has prepared the "Fifth" "June" "July" "August" "Ninth Five-Year" and "fifth" Petroleum and Chemical Industry Development Plan and the 2015 long-term development plan.