According to a report from Russia’s sipimp-icpp website, production of 1.10 million tons of polypropylene was launched in September 2020, according to a report from Russia’s sipimp-icpp.
From January to July 2020, the polypropylene production of Sibur Tobolsk was 260000 tons, a year-on-year decrease of 9%; zapsibneftekhim, also located in toborsk, had a production of 241700 tons in the first seven months of 2020.
Omsk polyom produced 94000 tons of polypropylene in January July, down 13%. Nizhnekamskneftekhim produced 129000 tons, a slight increase over last year.
The output of tomskneftekhim was 90000 tons, a slight increase over the same period. Ufaorgsintez’s polypropylene production reached 76200 tons, a decrease of 3%.
Neftekhimiya of kapotnya produced 87900 tons of polypropylene in the first seven months of 2020, an increase of 6% over the same period last year. Stavrolen (a subsidiary of Lukoil) produced 68800 tons of polypropylene during this period, a slight increase over last year.