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Chevron’s $6 billion Gulf Coast projects near the end

by ChemOrbis Editorial Team -
  • 06/10/2016 (17:39)
According to media reports, the $6 billion petrochemical projects on the Gulf Coast, carried out by Chevron Phillips Chemical Company LP, is nearing an end. The company reported that 80% of the project has been completed.

An ethane cracker at Baytown facility and two polyethylene units in Old Ocean are under construction within the scope of the U.S. Gulf Coast Petrochemicals Project.

Chevron is expected to start up its all projects in the H2 of the next year and export to almost 120 countries. The new ethane cracker and polyethylene units are expected to have production capacities of 1.25 million tons/year and 500,000 tons/year, respectively.

Senior Vice President of projects and supply chain for Chevron Phillips, Ron Corn stated that Asian markets’ demand has been increasing rapidly.
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