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C3 Petrochemicals plans new Texas PDH plant

02.22.2013  |  HP News

If the application is approved, C3 Petrochemicals will build a new propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant near Alvin, Texas, to produce polymer- and chemical-grade propylene.

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C3 Petrochemicals plans to build a new propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant near Alvin, Texas, according to an air quality permit application that the company filed this month with the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The plant would produce polymer-grade propylene (PGP) and chemical-grade propylene (CGP) through the dehydrogenation process. Capacity information was not disclosed.

Construction of the PDH plant would begin in January 2014, with startup scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2015.

The plant will use propane feedstock and distribute the resulting propylene by pipeline. As part of the process, ethane, ethylene and methane will also be produced, according to the filing.

If approved, the plant will be built on the grounds of Ascend Performance Materials’ chemical manufacturing complex at Chocolate Bayou.



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Randy Peterson
02.27.2013

Is this the same project that Ascend announced (as a $1.2 Billion Plant) ? Doesn't sound right. I'd like to put it on our list of new projects. See http://www.chemplants.com

edmundo galicia
02.26.2013

i would like to now about de process, thermic or catalytic because is important to reduce thermal energy, in times of saved energy.

truly:

edmundo

edmundo galicia
02.26.2013

what about the hydrogen production for this new plant.

thanks

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