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10-09-2019

First Stone Laying in Hungary

Mol Builds Polyol Complex in Tiszaújváros

Zsolt Hernádi, Chairman and C-CEO of MOL Group, Dr. Sami Pelkonen, CEO Chemical & Process Technologies at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, Ferenc Koncz, Member of the Hungarian Parliament and Mihály Varga, Finance Minister, took part at the foundation stone laying ceremony (© Mol)

MOL Group, Budapest, Hungary, will invest EUR 1.2 billion to construct a polyol plant in Tiszaújváros, Hungary, which will be able to produce around 200,000 t of polyols per year. The foundation stone for the Tiszaújváros polyol plant has been laid. The plant is expected to be commissioned in 2021.

Zsolt Hernádi, Chairman and C-CEO of MOL Group, Dr. Sami Pelkonen, CEO Chemical & Process Technologies at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, Ferenc Koncz, Member of the Hungarian Parliament and Mihály Varga, Finance Minister, took part at the foundation stone laying ceremony.

Integrated Value Chain

MOL Petrochemicals in Tiszaújváros will be the only company in Hungary and the entire Central and Eastern European region with an integrated value chain from crude oil extraction to the production of polyether polyols (widely used raw materials in plastics). The polyol project will provide long-term employment opportunity for 200 people.

Expected to start production in 2021, the plant is the largest organic investment project in MOL’s history, with a total budget of EUR 1.2 billion including the investment aid of the Hungarian government of EUR 131 million (a combination of corporate tax allowance and cash investment grant). According to the company’s estimates, the plant will contribute approximately EUR 150 million per annum to the Group’s financial results (EBITDA).

Polyol is an important and highly sought-after plastic raw material that is used in numerous industries, from automotive manufacturing to construction to the clothing industry. The Tiszaújváros complex will produce polyol using efficient and environmentally friendly technologies such as the HPPO process (propylene oxide from hydrogen peroxide) developed by thyssenkrupp and Evonik.

Company profile

MOL Group Headquarters

Október huszonharmadika u. 18.
HU 1117 BUDAPEST
Tel.: +36 1 209-0000

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