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Ineos to Import Ethane from U.S. to Feed European Crackers

2:14 AM MDT | September 27, 2012 | Natasha Alperowicz

Ineos said on Wednesday that it has entered into a new agreement to source ethane from U.S. for import into Europe via Sunoco Logistics-operated Mariner East project. The company says it has completed supply and infrastructure agreements that will secure a significant volume of ethane feedstock from U.S., for use in its European cracker complexes.  Ineos has agreed to a long-term deal with Range Resources Appalachia for the lifting of ethane from the Marcus Hook, PA, facility from 2015. The agreement is effective upon the Federal Energy Regulatory...

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