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Borealis eyes ethane imports from US
7:10 AM MST | November 30, 2012
Borealis is looking at the possibility of importing cheap ethane gas from North America into Europe to feed two of the companyâ€™s steam crackers, CEO Mark Garrett tells CW. The crackers are at Stenungsund, Sweden; and Porvoo, Finland. Each plant is flexible and can crack ethane. Borealis, in addition, could feed its propane dehydrogenation facility at Kallo, Belgium, using gas from North America. â€śWe are in constant coordination with Nova Chemicals [to possibly import] ethane from North America,â€ť Garrett says. Borealis and Nova are each majority owned by...
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