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PetroLogistics restarts PDH plant

11:07 AM MST | January 10, 2013

PetroLogistics (Houston) has successfully completed repairs on its propane dehydrogenation (PDH) facility at Houston and resumed production of propylene. PetroLogistics shut the facility down on 17 December 2012 after a compressor was damaged. The company estimated that the repairs would cost $2 million. PetroLogistics says that its plant is the world's largest PDH facility with a capacity of 1.45 billion...

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