Summary of Japan's petrochemical plants status after earthquake
14 March 2011 05:41 [Source: ICIS news]
SINGAPORE (ICIS)--Several petrochemical plants and facilities in Japan are either shut or running at low rates following the deadly earthquake and devastating tsunami of 11 March.
Here is the status of some of the crackers and petrochemical plants as of Monday.
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Japan’s JX Nippon Oil & Energy has left its 460,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker at Kawasaki in Kanagawa prefecture idle after the devastating earthquake on Friday.
Japan’s Mitsubishi shuts phenol/acetone unit following quake
Japan’s Mitsubishi Chemical Corp (MCC) has shut down its phenol/acetone plant in Kashima following the major earthquake which hit the country on 11 March.
Japan’s Mitsui Chem shuts Chiba phenol/acetone unit due to quake Japan Polypropylene’s two PP plants remain shut after earthquake
Japan’s Mitsui Chemicals has shut its phenol/acetone plant in Chiba following the devastating earthquake and tsunami that hit Japan last week.
Japan Polypropylene’s two polypropylene (PP) plants are still shut after a deadly earthquake and massive tsunami that ravaged the northeastern region of the country on 11 March. Japan’s Keiyo Ethylene runs naphtha cracker at 70%
Japan’s Keiyo Ethylene is operating its 740,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker at Ichihara in Chiba prefecture at 70% in the wake of a devastating earthquake which hit the country on 11 March. Japan’s Sumitomo runs Chiba cracker at 70% post-quake
Japanese producer Sumitomo Chemical is running its 415,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker in Chiba at a reduced rate of 70% since a 9-magnitude quake struck Japan’s northeast coast last week. Japan’s Maruzen Petrochemical shuts naphtha cracker in Chiba
Japan’s Maruzen Petrochemical has shut its 520,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker at Chiba since the deadly earthquake on 11 March.
Japan’s Mitsubishi Chemical keeps Mizhushima cracker running Japan’s Tosoh runs Yokkaichi cracker at 100%, plans turnaround
Japan's Mitsubishi Chemical is keeping its 500,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker running in Mizushima in despite the deadly earthquake that hit Japan on 11 March.
Japan’s Tosoh Corp is operating its 527,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker in Yokkaichi, Mie prefecture, at 100% and plans to shut the plant for a regular turnaround later this month.
Japan's Mitsui cuts op rate at Chiba cracker, polymer units running
Japanese producer Mitsui Chemicals has cut the operating rate at its 617,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker in Chiba after a 9-magnitude quake struck Japan’s northeast coast last week.
Japan's Asahi Kasei adipic acid plant unaffected by quake
Asia’s largest adipic acid (ADA) producer, Asahi Kasei, is still running its 120,000 tonne/year plant at Nobeoka in Japan’s Miyazaki prefecture following a major earthquake.
Japan's Showa Denko cuts rate at cracker on partial turnaround
Japan’s Showa Denko (SDK) has reduced the operating rate at its 690,000 tonne/year naphtha cracker at Oita because of a partial turnaround.
Japan's Mitsui Chem runs Chiba BPA at full rates post-quake Please visit the complete ICIS plants and projects database
Japan’s Mitsui Chemicals is running its 90,000 tonne/year bisphenol A (BPA) plant in Chiba prefecture at full rates post earthquake.
By: Staff Reporter
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