PetroLogistics restarts propane dehydrogenation facility

PetroLogistics restarts propane dehydrogenation facility

7:57 AM, 20th June 2013
PetroLogistics restarts propane dehydrogenation facility

HOUSTON, US: PetroLogistics LP has successfully completed repairs to its propane dehydrogenation facility which was temporarily closed for repairs pertaining to two of the eight reactors at the plant. The facility has resumed propylene production. Total costs for all completed repairs will be less than $2.5 million.

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