Ethylene CAS Registry Number 74-85-1 EC Number 200-815-3 More info ECHA info Pipeline grid availability BASF SE, Ludwigshafen ChemCoast Park Brunsbüttel Chempark Dormagen Industriepark Höchst INEOS Antwerp site InfraLeuna GmbH Marl Chemical Park Port Of Antwerp Port of Le Havre Saltend Chemicals Parks Stade Valuepark Terneuzen Investments 2015-11-09 Product 830000 tons per year Investment details € 310 mln Product 270000 tons per year Feedstock Investment details at AEQT - Tarragona Chemical Cluster (ES) Product Feedstock Investment details Related news 12 June 2017 INEOS Plans Massive European Expansion Programme INEOS is looking at sites across Europe including Antwerp in Belgium for its new world scale 750,000 tonne PDH plant. INEOS is planning to increase the capacity of its crackers at Grangemouth in Scotland and Rafnes in Norway to over 1 million tonnes each. With these cracker expansions, INEOS will have added up to 900,000 tonnes of ethylene to its overall production capacity “These are three major new projects”, says Jim Ratcliffe, founder and chairman of INEOS. “Collectively, it’s the equivalent of building a new world scale cracker in Europe”. 29 March 2016 The Grangemouth shale gas revolution moves closer to reality The second manufacturing unit at Grangemouth’s KG ethylene plant is brought back to life eight years after being mothballed. INEOS completes successful operational trials as it prepares to receive shale gas ethane from the USA. 9 November 2015 INEOS signs agreement with ExxonMobil Chemical Limited and Shell Chemicals Europe BV to supply ethane from US shale gas from Grangemouth to the Fife Ethylene Plant in Scotland The Fife plant will receive ethane from INEOS’ new import terminal in Grangemouth, Scotland. Access to this new source of feedstock will help complement supplies from North Sea natural gas fields. The agreement will also ensure the competitiveness of a major manufacturing facility in Scotland and help secure skilled jobs in the long run. 10 September 2015 Unipetrol to launch a new polyethylene unit The biggest investment in the history of the Czech petrochemical industry will be one of the most modern production facilities of this kind in Europe. The value of the signed agreement amounts to € 212 million. The overall project costs are estimated at € 310 million. The unit is expected to be put into operation in the middle of 2018. 13 March 2015 Shell Chemicals completes investment to strengthen Wesseling plant in Germany Improved energy efficiency at Wesseling facility has increased production & enhanced competitiveness. Shell’s Wesseling steam cracker is strategically located and integrated with the Shell Rheinland refinery, the largest in Germany.