15 October 2010 11:51 [Source: ICIS news]
Correction: In the ICIS news story headlined "INEOS Oxide declares FM on Lavera C2, C3 derivatives" dated 15 October 2010, please read in the third paragraph ....15,000 tonnes/year for monoethylene glycol... instead of ...150,000 tonnes/year for monoethylene glycol...Also, in the final paragraph please read ...Butyl acetate capacity is 100,000 tonnes/year.... instead of ...Butyl acetate capacity is 120,000 tonnes/year.... A corrected story follows.
LONDON (ICIS)--INEOS Oxide has declared force majeure on ethylene and propylene derivatives originating from its Lavera site in ?xml:namespace>
The FM was implemented on ethylene oxide (EO), ethylene glycols, glycol ethers (and their esters), ethanolamines, oxo-alcohols and butyl acetates, according to company correspondence dated 14 October.
Nameplate capacity is 220,000 tonnes/year for EO, 15,000 tonnes/year for monoethylene glycol (MEG) and 50,000 tonne/year for ethanolamines produced at Lavera, according to ICIS data.
Butyl acetate capacity is 100,000 tonnes/year with feedstock produced at Lavera and manuafacturing of the end-product at Antwerp. Nameplate capacity details for oxo-alcohols were not available.
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