License for new PP line in Bulgaria
The petrochemical facility in Burgas (Photo: Lukoil)
Russian petrochemicals group Lukoil (Moscow; is planning to build a polypropylene plant at its Bulgarian production site in Burgas. The company has acquired a “Novolen” license for a PP line with a production capacity of 280,000 t/y for its local subsidiary Lukoil Neftohim Burgas, according to US technology supplier Lummus (The Woodlands, Texas; The contract also includes the technical design planning of the plant, training and services as well as a supply deal for catalysts, including metallocene types.

According to the’s Polyglobe database (, Lukoil already has a PP capacity for 80,000 t/y at the Burgas site. The group operates another PP production facility at its Russian complex in Budyonnosk, which features a capacity of 120,000 t/y.

23.10.2020 [246197-0]
Published on 23.10.2020
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