Sadara Review

Fourteen of the 26 manufacturing units located in Sadara’s large industrial complex in Jubail Industrial City II – which also houses the Gulf Cooperation Council’s (GCC) only mixed-feed cracker – will produce speciality chemicals and plastics products...






Often described as game-changer for the GCC’s downstream sector, the $20 billion joint venture between Saudi Aramco and Dow Chemicals is expected to have a huge impact on regional petrochemical and chemical production...






Over 440 million man hours of work have been put into the mega-project to date, with a Total Recordable Incident Rate of 0.034, thereby setting a new world record...






Sadara Chemical Company and E A Juffali & Brothers, a privately-owned Saudi company, have signed a supply agreement through which Sadara will supply methylene diphenyl diisocyanate (MDI) to a new Juffali chemical production facility in PlasChem Park in Jubail Industrial City II...






Aramco would be involved in building infrastructure to help attract secondary manufacturers and other industries to its refining and petrochemicals complexes and in setting up training programmes to develop local technical talent...






Under the agreement, Sadara will supply ethylene oxide and propylene oxide to SDC via pipeline. SDC will supply the domestic market’s demand for detergents...






Sadara Chemical Company and Rufayah Chemicals Company (RCC), a Saudi-downstream company, have recently signed a long-term partnership agreement through which Sadara will supply RCC with Aromatics Concentrate (Pygas) and Pyoil, generated from cracking naphtha, to be used by RCC in a new chemical...






Sadara supports Dow’s strategy to enable cost-advantaged growth in key regions such as Asia Pacific, the Middle East, Africa, India, and Eastern and Central Europe in major areas such as packaging, construction, electronics and transportation...






Overall, the value of local manufacturing had reached SR10 billion ($2.6 billion), or 43 per cent...






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