BEIJING, Nov 10 (Reuters) - Private conglomerate CEFC China Energy agreed on Friday with Russia’s Rosneft to build a petrochemical complex in South China using liquefied petroleum gas and condensate to make petrochemicals, according to a Chinese media report.
The complex will be built in Yangpu, a port in China’s southernmost island province of Hainan, China Business Network reported, citing a CEFC executive.
The report did not provide any financial details of the deal or specify if this is a binding agreement.
A CEFC spokesman could not immediately confirm or comment.
Reporting by Chen Aizhu; Editing by Tom Hogue