The Netherlands

6 Integrated chemical clusters

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Find a chemical park in The Netherlands that matches your criteria:
Name Area (ha) Free (ha) City Country
Chemelot 50.0 Geleen The Netherlands
Chemical Cluster Delfzijl 1469.0 435.0 Delfzijl The Netherlands
EMMTEC Industry & Business Park 1000.0 25.0 Emmen The Netherlands
Port of Amsterdam 1200.0 300.0 Amsterdam The Netherlands
Port of Rotterdam 300.0 Rotterdam The Netherlands
Valuepark Terneuzen 80.0 Terneuzen The Netherlands

About the Dutch chemical industry

The Dutch chemical industry provides integrated parks with pipeline grids for a whole range of chemical substances including Acetic acid, Acetylene, Chlorine, Ethylene, Hydrochloric acid, Hydrogen, Methanol, Naphta Petroleum, Natural gas, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Propylene and Steam.

Four out of the six clusters are located near a sea harbour, all clusters have a railway connection, all clusters are accessible by highway, and five can be accessed via a waterway.

The integrated chemical sites in The Netherlands as presented on this website cover a total area of approximately 3700 hectare of which 1190 hectare is currently available for new development.

Please use the map above to explore the chemical parks in The Netherlands 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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27 July 2017

Renewed OCI fertilizer plant in full swing at Geleen.

The facility capacity raised to 1.5 million tonnes of fertilizer per year and extraction systems installed. The space has been ergonomically designed for better operation and maintenance. A variety of preventative and repressive measures have been taken. Previously a fairly dusty 120-metre cellar has become a clean, pleasant working environment with up-to-date technical facilities.

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13 July 2017

Teijin invests in its Twaron capacity in Dutch production facility

Teijin Aramid today announced it is going to expand its aramid production capacity for its Twaron super fiber. It will invest in new spinning technology at the Twaron facility in Emmen, the Netherlands, starting up in the first quarter of 2019.

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7 July 2017

Statoil, Vattenfall and Gasunie are evaluating conversion of natural gas to hydrogen

Statoil, Vattenfall and Gasunie have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to evaluate the possibilities of converting Vattenfall’s gas power plant Magnum in the Netherlands into a hydrogen-powered plant. The potential CO2 emission reduction is 4 million tons of CO2 per year. This is equivalent to emissions from more than 2 million cars.