Chevron Phillips Chemical gets air permits

Chevron Phillips Chemical Co. LP has received air permits from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality for the ethylene and polyethylene projects it plans in Texas (OGJ Online, May 2, 2012).

Subject to board approval to be sought later this year, the company plans a 1.5 million tonne/year ethane cracker at its Cedar Bayou complex in Baytown and two polyethylene plants, each with 500,000 tpy of capacity, near its Sweeny complex in Old Ocean.

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