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31 January 2020, 12:08

Belarus, Tatarstan to set up joint petrochemical laboratory

An archive photo
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MOSCOW, 31 January (BelTA) – The Department of Chemistry and Earth Sciences of Belarus' National Academy of Sciences and the Volzhsky Research Institute of Hydrocarbon Raw Materials signed a science and technology cooperation agreement on 30 January, BelTA learned from the press service of the Belarusian Embassy in Russia.

“The document provides for running joint science and technology projects, such as establishment of an international joint petrochemical research laboratory, sharing new best practices in petrochemical technology (including low-tonnage technology), removal of harmful impurities from hydrocarbons, comprehensive recycling of heavy oil residues and renewable natural resources for obtaining light and medium distillates fuel and raw materials for petrochemical synthesis) and conducting in-depth research to meet the needs of Belarus and Tatarstan's economies,” remarked the diplomatic mission.

The agreement is part of the arrangements reached by Director of the Department of Chemistry and Earth Sciences of Belarus' National Academy of Sciences, Academician Vladimir Agabekov and Director of the Volzhsky Research Institute of Hydrocarbon Raw Materials Ahmet Mazgarov during the visit of a delegation of Belarus' National Academy of Sciences to Tatarstan in November 2019.

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