Equate Petrochemical Company, Kuwait’s first international petrochemical joint venture, has received the BGreen’s Lifetime Achievement Award 2014 for sustainability related achievements.
The award was received by Equat
More than 10 per cent of the global petrochemical and chemical production worth over $3.8 trillion came from Gulf nations, said a top industry expert.
"During 2012, the Gulf’s production capacity of petrochemicals and c
Equate Petrochemical Company, Kuwait’s first private sector petrochemical company, has won the Gold Award at the ‘Transform Awards Mena 2014’ for the best internal communication category.
‘Transform Awards Mena&r
The Kuwait Styrene Company (TKSC) has announced a net profit of $180 million for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2013.
As Kuwait’s first and only producer of Styrene Monomer, TKSC was established in 2004 as an internatio
Equate Petrochemical Company won the ‘Environmental Program of the Year’ award during the annual Oil and Gas Middle East Awards 2013 ceremony, held in Abu Dhabi recently.
Mohammad Al Benali, VP technical services, said
Kuwait-based Equate Petrochemical Company has announced its sponsorship of the second Middle East Process Engineering Conference and Exhibition (Mepec 2013), which opens in Bahrain today.
More than 3,000 members of the oil, gas an
Kuwait-based Equate Petrochemical Company said it has won "the Best Contribution for Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR)" award, at a ceremony held in Dubai.
The honour was presented at the Chartered Institute of Purch
The Gulf countries export more than 80 per cent of their petrochemical production including ethylene glycol, styrene monomer and paraxylene to overseas markets, said a senior industry expert.
“These exports have included ove
Equate Petrochemical Company, a major player in the petrochemical sector based in Kuwait, said its annual sales to local Kuwaiti plastic manufacturers for 2012 increased by over 300 per cent thus netting orders worth $45 million.
The total investments in the petrochemical sector in the Gulf region will balloon to more than $250 billion by 2015, said an expert while speaking at a major industry event in Dubai.
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