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What does QVC stand for?

QVC stands for Qatar Vinyl Company (est. 1997)

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A recent example of Shell awarding a contract to a local company was the signing late last year of an agreement between Qatar Shell and Venture Gulf Engineering (VGE) to include Qatar Vinyl Company (QVC) as an approved local manufacturer of hydrochloric acid (HCL).
The companies which received the appreciation certificate included Dolphin Energy, Maersk Oil, Nakilat, Occidental Petroleum, Oryx GTL, Qatar Chemical Company, Qatar Fertiliser Company, Qatar Fuel Additives Company, Qatar Petrochemical Company, Qatar Shell, Qatar Vinyl Company, Qatargas, Ras Girtas Power Company, RasGas, Seef, Total E&P Qatar and Wintershall Holding.
Key Topics Covered: * SWOT Analysis * Global Petrochemicals Overview * Gulf Regional Overview * Market Overview * Industry Trends And Developments * Business Environment * Industry Forecast Scenario * Macroeconomic Outlook * Company Profiles * Qatar Chemical Company (Q-Chem) * Qatar Fertiliser Company (Qafco) * Qatar Fuel Additives Company (Qafac) * Qatar Petrochemicals Company (QAPCO) * Qatar Plastic Products Company (QPPC) * Qatar Vinyl Company (QVC) For more information visit http://www.
A recent example of Shell awarding a contract to a local company was the signing of an agreement between Qatar Shell and Venture Gulf Engineering (VGE) to include Qatar Vinyl Company Ltd (QVC) as an approved local manufacturer of hydrochloric acid (HCL).
The remainder of the ethylene is supplied to Qapco subsidiary Qatar Vinyl Company for producing ethylene dichloride, vinyl chloride monomer and caustic soda.
Qatar Vinyl Company (QVC) began production in mid-2001 as its plant next to Qafco's complex at Umm Said went on stream with a capacity of 340,000 t/y of ethylene dichloride (EDC), 290,000 t/y of caustic soda and chlorine and 230,000 t/y of vinyl chloride monomer (VCM).