Belgium

3 Integrated chemical clusters

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Find a chemical park in Belgium that matches your criteria:
Name Area (ha) Free (ha) City Country
INEOS Antwerp site Antwerp Belgium
Port Of Antwerp 1000.0 Antwerp Belgium
Tessenderloo Tessenderloo Belgium

About the Belgian chemical industry

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.

Please use the map above to explore the chemical parks in Belgium in more detail, or browse to our map of Europe to extend your search to chemical clusters in other European countries.

News

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12 January 2018

PEF pilot phase set to be extended at Synvina Antwerp

Avantium N.V. announces that Synvina, its joint venture with BASF, plans to extend the pilot phase in order to optimize future commercial-scale production.

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30 November 2017

Belgium: Total Completes the Upgrade of Its Largest Refining & Petrochemicals Platform in Europe

This event marks the completion of the upgrade program launched in 2013 of one of the largest and most efficient integrated refining & petrochemicals platforms in Europe. Thus, the company has invested more than €1 billion to further improve the competitiveness of this major site located in the heart of Europe's main markets.

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29 October 2017

Borealis to proceed to next phase for new, world-scale propane dehydrogenation plant in Belgium

Borealis announces that it will move to the FEED-phase for a new, world-scale propane dehydrogenation (PDH) plant. The facility is planned to be located at the existing Borealis production site in Kallo, Belgium.