An international consortium comprised of OQ, which is the Sultanate of Oman’s global integrated energy company, InterContinental Energy, the leading dedicated green fuels developer, and EnerTech, a Kuwait government-backed clean energy investor and developer, is today announcing it is developing an integrated green fuels mega project in Oman.
OQ announced today the commissioning of one of Oman’s vital energy extraction projects, the OQ Liquified Petroleum Gas (OQ LPG) facility. Built with a total investment of USD 826 million, OQ LPG is first of its kind gas treatment project in Oman to extract LPG and condensate from OQ’s Gas network.
More than 100 industry experts joined the OQ Propyls Webinar at Drupa 21 where the benefits of propyls in printing and flexible packaging were explored.
The agreement represents the strong effort of the two companies to offer a cost-effective proposition to their customers both for the storage of liquid products and marine fuel delivery in the port, as well as the contribution to the competitiveness of Duqm as a regional port.
Röhm and OQ have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to evaluate the construction of a new production plant for methyl methacrylate (MMA) on the U.S. Gulf Coast. The proposed facility has a design capacity of 250,000 tons of MMA annually.
As thinkers of the future, OQ is focused on delivering reliable solutions for a global polymer market where innovation and sustainability play a defining role. As recognised by the theme of this year's CHINAPLAS, one of the world's leading technology-oriented plastics and rubber trade fairs, innovation and sustainability are the foundational pillars required to reach the full potential of a bold new era for polymers.
OQ Chemicals (formerly Oxea) is reaching out to the print and flexible packaging markets ahead of Drupa 2021 to reaffirm its commitment in guiding the industry on the benefits and efficiencies inherent in its best-in-class propyl blends.
OQ looks forward to attending this year's CHINAPLAS in Shenzhen, from 13th – 16th April 2021, and showcasing its diversified solutions and products as part of their expanding polymer portfolio. OQ has made significant future-shaping investments, such as in their state-of-the-art LPIC project – securing a reliable and sustainable supply of polypropylene and polyethylene to meet global demand.
The global integrated energy company has completed trials of its homopolymer PP grade, Luban HP 1102LC, for the production of high-speed raffia tapes, demonstrating significantly improved line speed and lower processing temperatures.
Interview from Oil & Gas Middle East with Adil Toubia, Upstream CEO, on how OQ's integration was right on time to help it cope with the pandemic, the company’s plans for growth and how digital technology is enhancing its operations.