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Ineos to import US ethane to feed two European crackers

6:21 AM MDT | October 5, 2012 | —Natasha Alperowicz

Crotty: Filling North Sea gas supply gap. Ineos says it will source ethane from the US for import into Europe via the Sunoco Logistics (Sinking Spring, PA) Mariner East gas-transportation project. Ineos has completed supply and infrastructure agreements that will secure a significant volume of ethane from the US for use as feedstock in the company’s steam cracker complexes in Europe. Ineos, one of very few companies to operate gas crackers in Europe, is very well positioned in the European ethylene industry to benefit from low-cost ethane imported from...

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