Wednesday, February 13, 2008

Indonesian Government plans to control naphtha exports to safeguard petroch...

The Indonesian Government plans to tighten control over the country's naphtha exports as well as exports of condensate to protect the country's upstream petrochemical industry. Naphtha is used as feedstock for ethylene and propylene production, and condensate is used as feedstock to produce aromatic petrochemicals like benzene and paraxylene.

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