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Sadara Builds Butyl Glycol Ether Plant for Solvents in Saudi Arabia

Published on 2017-06-13. Author : SpecialChem

Butyl Glycol Ether

Jubail, Saudi Arabia -- Sadara Chemical Company (Sadara), one of the largest chemical complex ever built in a single phase, has announced the production of commercial quantities of butyl glycol ether (BGE), which will be refined into several specialty chemicals that Sadara will be producing in Saudi Arabia for the first time.


Suite of Specialty Chemicals


Commenting on the announcement, CEO Ziad Al-Labban said:

“This is yet another major milestone for Sadara made possible thanks to the dedication and hard work of Sadara’s highly-talented workforce. Over the next couple of months, we expect to start up our remaining manufacturing plants, steadily moving towards the realization of full operations.”

Sadara’s BGE plant is one of the largest of its kind in the world. The single-train plant, one of 26 plants located in the company’s chemical complex in Jubail Industrial City II, will enable new manufacturing facilities to be established in Saudi Arabia, which will create new job opportunities for Saudis.

Multiple Grades of Liquid Derivatives


The Sadara Butyl Glycol Ethers plant produces multiple grades of liquid derivatives including Butoxy Glycol Ether, Butoxy DiGlycol Ether, Butoxy Tri Glycol Ether and Butoxy Poly Glycol Ether. These derivatives have a wide range of commercial and industrial applications, including the production of industrial solvents, stain removers, plasticizers as well as agricultural crop protection applications.

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