The Belgian chemical industry provides integrated parks with pipeline grids for a whole range of chemical substances including Ethylene, Hydrogen, Naphta Petroleum, Natural gas, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Propylene and Steam.
Two out of the three clusters are located near a sea harbour, all clusters have a railway connection, all clusters are accessible by highway, and two can be accessed via a waterway.
The integrated chemical sites in Belgium as presented on this website cover a total area of approximately 0 hectare of which 1000 hectare is currently available for new development.
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“We newly constructed a plant of AA which is the main raw material for SAP, although we had produced only SAP at NSE before. Now we are able to produce AA and SAP consistently here, and this vertical integration is one of our big advantages,” said Yujiro Goto, the president of Nippon Shokubai.
INOVYN announced its intention to increase production of general purpose PVC at its Jemeppe Site, Belgium.
BASF pursues a significant capacity expansion of the integrated ethylene oxide complex at its Verbund site in Antwerp, Belgium. The project includes capacity expansions for ethylene oxide and for several downstream derivatives, such as surfactants.