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Castleton Commodities selects US Louisiana for new methanol plant

CCI to build world-scale Plaquemines Parish Methanol The global trading company Castleton Commodities International (CCI) selected Louisiana in USA to build a greenfield methanol plant. CCI announcement comes after a series of similar decisions from companies such as Benteler, CF Industries, Cheniere Energy, Cornerstone Chemical, Dow Chemicals, Dyno Nobel, Nucor or Sasol which decided to go …

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11th Petroleum & Chemical Industry Committee Conference in Amsterdam

PCIC Europe Conference Technical Program published The 11th conference of the Petroleum and Chemical Industry Committee (PCIC) Europe will take place in Amsterdam on June 3rd to 5th 2014. Dedicated to the automation and electrical engineers of the oil and gas and petrochemical industry, the PCIC Europe Conference imposed itself as the must attend event …

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Total and China Power got green light for Inner Mongolia Chemical project

Total to provide CPI with Coal-To-Olefins technology The French major company Total and the local utility China Power Investment Corporation (CPI) have received the approval from the China National Development and Reform Commission to develop Inner Mongolia $4 billion coal-to-olefins (CTO) petrochemical complex in China. Established in 2002, CPI is ranked as the fifth largest power …

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Veresen in brief

Strength-Stability-Growth Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, Veresen Inc. (Veresen) is the former energy infrastructure company Fort Chicago Energy Partners L.P company, established in 1997. Listed in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Veresen changed named from Fort Chicago Energy Partners L.P. in January 2009. As energy infrastructure company, Veresen is running three businesses:  – Pipelines  – Midstream  – Power  The pipelines …

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Saudi Aramco and Sabic lead Middle-East downstream projects

$8.9 billion petrochemical projects awarded on H1-2012 Middle-East countries and especially Saudi Arabia have been extremely active on the Downstream sector during the first half 2012 in awarding $8.9 billion worth of petrochemical projects. Compared with last year this amount of capital expenditure represents 88% increase as only $1 billion had been awarded on the …

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