Contact

Jaime Beltrán Sanz

Head of Business Development & Commercial Department
+34 959493100
+34 671072776

Location

Huelva & Palos de la Frontera, Andalucía
Total area
Greenfield
Brownfield
Utilities

About Chemical park of Huelva

Chemical park of Huelva is the biggest port in surface in Spain, oriented to the industry and with diverse inland and maritime docks. Inter modal logistic area, freight cargo area, etc. Railway has direct access to industries and the whole area has distribution nets for gas, communications and water, as well as diverse products yet mentioned. There are two airports (45 minutes connected), through free-fee highways and two railway lines (to North Spain and Mediterranean Corridor). University and Vocational Education Centers have specific industrial degrees. There is a dense tissue of auxiliary services and sanitary centers. Weather is perfect for chemical industry.

Main productive areas are non-ferric metallurgy (copper, precious metals, etc.), electric production, LNG, diverse gas products (propane, butane, oxygen, hydrogen, etc.), oil refining, petrochemistry, hydrocarbon additivation, fertilizers, ammonia, salt, chlorine derivatives, acids and bases.

3100 people work in Huelva's chemical industry.

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Area

Total 1700.0 hectare
Free 760.0 hectare

Port Concession: 511 Ha (greenfield) / 92 Ha (brownfield)
Free Concession: 155 Ha (Greenfield)

Infrastructure and Connectivity

Highway yes Free used highway network to Portugal and rest of Spain and Europe
Railway yes Two lines to Sevilla and North Spain. Connection with rest of Europe
Waterway yes Sea and River harbours (Area of protected waters 1.120 Ha and Land area 1.700 Ha)
Sea harbor yes Port of Huelva

Compounds

  • Copper, iron silicate, precious metals, copper telluride and nickel carbonate
  • Calcium sulfate
  • Different industrial gases / liquids (hydrogen, propane, butane, olefinic butane, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon dioxide, argon, LPG, autogas, etc.)
  • Natural gas
  • Naphtha, gasoline, kerosene, diesel, asphalt
  • Cyclohexane, xylene
  • Sulfur
  • Phenol, acetone, cumene, alphamethylstyrene
  • Varied fertilizers
  • Ammonia, urea (diaminomethanal) and Ad Blue solutions
  • Salt, chlorine, sodium hypochlorite and ferric chloride.
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Hydrochloric acid
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Other acids and bases
  • Choline and its derivatives, calcium pidolate
  • Biofuels
  • Glycerin
  • Potassium salts
  • Refined animal and vegetable fats and oils
  • Pigments
  • Ferric sulfate
  • Caparrosa
  • Titanium dioxide
  • Ferrous and ferric salts

Services

  • Electric power: Apart from several cogenerations, the area has a total power of 1,200 MW of combined cycles, 140 MW of biomass, 350 MW photovoltaic and 300 MW wind power.
  • Steam
  • Natural gas
  • Industrial gasses
  • Water (different grades)
  • Perfect weather conditions for the chemical industry.
  • University and Vocational Training specified
  • Telecommunications

Feedstocs by rail and road e.g.

  • Chlorine
  • Ammonia
  • LPG
  • Sulfuric acid
  • Chlorine
  • Hydrochloric acid
  • Sodium hydroxide
  • Petrochemicals products

Airports

  • Sevilla  (94 km)
  • Jerez de la Frontera (190 km)
  • Málaga (310 km)
  • Faro, Portugal (114 km)

 

Disposal

There are specialized companies on the site and an enclosure less than an hour away.

Refinery

CEPSA 'La Rabida' Huelva Refinery

10.54 million TPY & 212,670 bbl/day 

Refining Units 

  • Crude Distillation - 212,670 bbl/day
  • Vacuum Distillation - 72,250 bbl/day
  • Gas recovery unit Two Merox™ process units,
  • Three Unionfining™ process unit (Distillate Desulphurisation)
  • A Unicracking™ process unit (Hydrocracker)
  • Hydrogen Unit - Technip

Refinery flowchart (by CEPSA)

Storage

Dry bulk

Intermodal Logistics Area (LAZ). Load and unload facilities. Warehousing. Container terminal.

Liquid bulk

Load and unload facilities. Tanks and caverns. Connection to oil and gas pipelines to Spain and Europe

Investments on this park

Pipeline grid availability

Companies on this park

News