May 2007

Trends and Resources

HP Construction: Europe

  Dow has increased its total global nameplate production capacity for propylene oxide (PO) to more than 1,900 kilotons/yr (kty) and total global production capacity for propylene glycol (PG) to ..

Jackson, Kim M., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

  Dow has increased its total global nameplate production capacity for propylene oxide (PO) to more than 1,900 kilotons/yr (kty) and total global production capacity for propylene glycol (PG) to 705 kty. The additional capacities are the result of expansions in PO and PG production at the Stade, Germany, facility, as well as low-capital expansions implemented at Dow's other PG plants. Upon completion, in 2009, expansions at Stade, Germany, will make the complex what is claimed to be the world's largest PG facility, with a capacity to produce 270 kty. The global 2007 capacity numbers represent an increase of 140 kty of PG and an increase of 40 kty of PO. Effective January 2007, Dow a

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