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Formosa’s Point Comfort complex shut down after power failure: TCEQ

HOUSTON, June 25, 2017 (PCW) – Formosa’s Point Comfort Complex shut down after a power failure late Saturday, according to several TCEQ filings.

The units affected include the 1.5 billion lbs/yr Olefins I and 1.8 billion lbs/yr Olefins II, two HDPE, one LLDPE, two PP, one ethylene glycol and one chlor-alkali unit.

The complex has a total HDPE production capacity of 1.38 billion lbs/yr of HDPE, 530 million lbs/yr of LLDPE, 1.5 billion lbs/yr of PP and 840 million lbs/yr of EG. The chlor-alkali unit can produce 2 billion lbs/yr of chlorine and 2.2 billion lbs/yr of caustic soda.

The two olefins units can collectively consume 35,000 b/d of ethane, 40,000 b/d of propane and 30,000 b/d of normal butane. They represent 5% of total US ethylene production capacity. The EG unit is the largest of its kind in the US, representing 10.3% of total US EG production capacity. -- Samantha Hartke

Read the filings here:

Filing 1

Filing 2

Filing 3

 

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