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Tatneft acquires Sibur synthetic rubber plant

14th November 2019 | 0 Comments

Tatneft’s acquisition of Sibur’s petrochemical plant in Togliatti, Russia has been completed. This concludes the process initiated by the signing of an agreement of intent between the two parties at the end of August 2019.`

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Russia, Saudi Arabia to finalize rubber joint venture by end of 2018

16th October 2018 | 0 Comments

Russia and Saudi Arabia will finalize several joint projects by the end of 2018, Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak recently told journalists. The projects referred to see Saudi Aramco partner with Russain firms Sibur and Novatek. The Sibur plant plans centre on a particularly significantly sized rubber factory.

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Reliance-Sibur JV to set up halogenated butyl unit

Reliance-Sibur JV to set up halogenated butyl unit

18th January 2017 | 0 Comments

Reliance Sibur Elastomers Private Limited (RSEPL), a joint venture between Russian gas and petrochemicals company Sibur and India’s Reliance Industries Limited (RIL), has announced plans to establish southern Asia’s first halogenated butyl rubber unit at RIL’s integrated petrochemical facility in Jamnagar, India. Halogenated butyl is a key ingredient in the manufacture of tubless tyre inner liners.

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Rubber business included in Sibur division merger

11th April 2016 | 0 Comments

Russian gas processing and petrochemicals company Sibur has announced that it will merge its Synthetic Rubbers Division and Plastics and Organic Synthesis Division into a single business unit. This will be known as the Plastics, Elastomers and Organic Synthesis Division. Pavel Lyakhovich, managing director of Sibur’s former Plastics and Organic Synthesis Products Division and member of the company’s Management Board, takes charge of the newly-merged division.

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Manufacturers Take On the Russian Market

24th February 2005 | 0 Comments

If the 8th Moscow Tires & Rubber show is anything to go by, the Russian tyre market looks set to continue its development as a growth market. While the show was marked by growing interest from exhibitors and visitors, the market itself has produced some generally optimistic data and has seen perceptions of the manufacturers’ market approaches improve. All this suggests that the Russian market will continue to develop into a very interesting tyre market, with a strong growth potential.

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