Shell’s Moerdijk cracker back up to capacity

16 April 2007 12:27  [Source: ICIS news]

LONDON (ICIS news)--Shell’s cracker in Moerdijk, the Netherlands, was running at normal rates on Monday after technical issues affected output last week, a company source said.

 

The plant, which has a rated capacity of 900,000 tonnes/year, suffered problems over a three-day period between 12-14 April, the source added.

 

Customers of the Anglo-Dutch major were receiving all contracted material and there had been no need to declare force majeure, said the source.

 


By: Edward Cox
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