PetroLogistics temporarily close propane dehydrogenation facility

PetroLogistics to temporarily close propane dehydrogenation facility

6:08 AM, 6th June 2013
PetroLogistics to temporarily close propane dehydrogenation facility

HOUSTON, US: PetroLogistics LP will temporarily bring down its propane dehydrogenation facility commencing on 8 June 2013, for repairs pertaining to two of the eight reactors at the plant. While the facility is down, the company will also complete certain other maintenance items. All necessary work is expected to be completed in approximately 2 weeks and at a cost of less than $5 million.

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